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Streets to Be Closed Monday for MLK MarchFollowing are the scheduled street closures (provided by the Dayton Police Department) for the Martin Luther King Day March on Monday, Jan. 21. The march kicks off from 1323 W. Third St. at approximately 10:00 a.m. and ends at the Dayton Convention Center around 10:45 a.m. or shortly after. The entire primary march route will be closed to vehicular traffic. Streets will be closed as required, including: West Third Street from Paul Laurence Dunbar Street to Jefferson Street Broadway from Second to Fourth Street Edwin C. Moses Boulevard from Riverview Avenue to Fourth Street Perry Street from Second to Fourth Street Wilkinson Street from Second to Fourth Street Ludlow Street from Second to Third Street Robert Drive at Third Street South Main Street from Third to Fifth Street Fifth Street from Main to Jefferson Street Due to the length of the route, intersecting streets will be closed on an as-needed basis to facilitate vehicular traffic while providing safety for the participants. For more information on the march and other MLK activities, visit mlkdayton.org. ... See MoreSee Less

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