Morristown road closures for Women’s March on Jan. 20

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women's march nj logo 2018The Women’s March on New Jersey may bring thousands of participants to Morristown this Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018. The event is scheduled for 11 am to 1 pm, starting at town hall (200 South St.) and concluding at the historic Morristown Green.

Town Administrator Jillian Barrick advises motorists to note these road closures:

  • South Street from Hamilton Road to James Street from 8:45 am – noon (approx.)
  • Kings Supermarket and Walgreen Pharmacy will be accessible via the Walgreens entrance only, as the other entrance/ exit will be CLOSED.

As the March travels west on South Street, the following roads will be closed from 11:15 am – 12:30 pm (approx.):

  • Market Street
  • Schuyler Place
  • De Hart Street
  • Pine Street (South/King Place)
  • Miller Road (South/Miller Road)
  • Madison Street
  • Elm Street (South/Franklin Street)

Once the March reaches the Morristown Green, the following roads will remain closed until the conclusion of this event:

  • Market Street
  • South Park Place
  • Westbound South Street from De Hart to South Park Place

The following parking meters will have restricted parking from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm (approx.)

  • South Street (Madison to the Green)
  • Market Street 
  • Bank Street
  • Speedwell Avenue from North Park Place to Cattano Avenue (accommodate ADA parking)
  • North Park Place
  • South Park Place
  • East Park Place
  • West Park Place

As the March continues west on South Street the parking restrictions will be lifted.

Participants are encouraged to take mass transit to Morristown.  Below is a map showing Morristown Parking Authority garages (depicted in red). Their locations:

  • Dalton garage at Cattano Avenue
  • DeHart Street garage
  • Ann/Bank streets garage

Another parking garage is beneath Headquarters Plaza, at 3 Speedwell Ave. (behind the Green).

Morristown Parking Authority garages shown in red. Map. Source: MPA.
Morristown Parking Authority garages shown in red. Source: MPA.


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