‘NOS4R2’ Filming to Close Down Part of Main Street Wednesday

by | Dec 3, 2018

On Wednesday, Dec. 5, there will be a television crew (working on the new AMC series “NOS4R2”) filming on Main Street in the area of the Town Hall and King Street. During the times when the crew is filming, the section of Main Street between Queen Street and Montrose Street will be closed to vehicle traffic. As a result, detours will be in place directing vehicle traffic around the Main Street area closed for filming. All non-local traffic will be directed to main roads around Main St. When the crews are not filming, the roads will be reopened. See the map, below.

There will be a parking ban on Main Street for those areas as well as King Street from Main Street to Duke Street. Detour signs will be in place directing through traffic around the area. There will be access to the waterfront from Duke Street for southbound traffic and from Rocky Hollow Road for northbound traffic.

The film crews will be in the area starting at 6 a.m. Wednesday. The road closures will start after 10 a.m. The filming will take place from 10 a.m. with intermittent road closures and detours in place until 4 p.m. Main Street should be completely open to traffic by 4 p.m. There will be police personnel present at the major intersections to assist with traffic.

If you have questions, please call the East Greenwich Police dispatch center at (401) 884-2244.

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4 Comments

  1. Kim Pendergast

    I live at 27 King Street and will have to leave at 8:30 am and return around noon for a bit, will i be able to get to my driveway?

    Reply
    • Elizabeth McNamara

      You should be fine if you go from Division Street over to King. Or from Queen over to King.

      Reply
  2. Jen

    Hi, I am meeting someone at the library for 4pm, am I able to get there?

    Reply
    • Elizabeth McNamara

      Give the police a call using the number in the story.

      Reply

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