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NATO Parking Restrictions Begin At McCormick Place

City bans parking around McCormick Place in preparation for NATO Summit



    As of Tuesday morning, Chicago commuters will need to steer clear of parking near McCormick Place and surrounding areas.

    The parking ban, implemented in preparation for the upcoming NATO Summit, began at 6 a.m. and ends at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 22.

    Streets affected by parking restrictions include Calumet between Cullerton and Cermak, Prairie between 21st and 25th streets, the east and west sides of South Indiana and Martin Luther King Drive, and the north and south sides of Cermak Road and East 21st, 24th and 25th streets.

    It's the second round of NATO Summit restrictions to affect the city, following Sunday's parking ban on East Indiana Avenue.

    More restrictions are scheduled to begin at midnight Saturday.