Due to French Quarter Festival’s crowd size, vehicular traffic will be restricted in the French Quarter from Thursday, April 11th – Sunday, April 14th, beginning at 2:30pm until 11pm.

A full soft (or Mardi Gras style) closure of the French Quarter (between Iberville, North Rampart, Dumaine, and Decatur streets) will be in effect Thursday, April 11th – Sunday, April 14th. While the streets are closed to vehicular traffic, French Quarter residents, employees, hotel guests, and for-hire vehicles (taxis, limos, shuttle busses, pedicabs, carriages, etc.) will be allowed access as long as it is safe to do so.

A full hard closure of the 100 – 800 blocks of Bourbon Street (vehicles are prohibited from crossing) will be in effect Friday, April 12th from 4pm until 12:30am.

All vehicular traffic will be blocked for on-street stages located at 500 Royal, 400 Royal, 700 Bourbon, 600 Bourbon, and 100 Bourbon on Saturday, April 13th – Sunday, April 14th. A full hard closure of the 100 – 800 blocks of Bourbon Street (vehicles are prohibited from crossing) will be in effect Saturday, April 13th – Sunday, April 14th from 11am until 12:30am.

Access passes to be allowed past the checkpoints are available at the Eighth District Station (334 Royal Street) for residents, business owners, and employees.

You can stay current with real-time traffic updates at www.nola.gov/ready/, where you can also sign up for text alerts.

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