The TV adaptation of DC Comics’ “Doom Patrol” is back in Lawrenceville for more filming, the city said.
The series, starring Brendan Fraser, closed streets for four days earlier in September. The show is back for more filming on Thursday, Sept. 27 and Friday, Sept. 28, according to the city’s Facebook page.
Parking on Perry Street, at a lot at the intersection of Chestnut and Luckie streets and in 20 spots in the Pike Street parking lot will be unavailable through Oct. 1. Set-up began on Monday, Sept. 24, when these parking areas were first impacted.
Roads in downtown Lawrenceville will be closed Sept. 27 and 28, and downtown residents should expect “noise” on the night of Sept. 27, the post said. Here is the full list of road closures:
• Perry Street from Oak to Crogan streets, closed all day and night Sept. 27 and through midday Sept. 28
• Perry Street from Crogan to Luckie streets, closed Sept. 27 all night through the early morning of Sept. 28
• Pike Street from Buford Drive to Culver Street, closed Sept. 27 all night through Sept. 28 early morning
• Crogan Street from Culver to Clayton streets, intermittent closures from the night of Sept. 27 through early morning Sept. 28.
The Lawrenceville Police Department will assist with traffic control and safety during filming.
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