Pope Francis is coming and that means hundreds of cars have got to go from Philadelphia’s streets.
“I would like to know where they expect everybody to go,” said Fairmount resident Alyssia Milletti.
On Friday, residents in the “no-car zone” searched for answers about what to do with their cars while the Pope is in town the last weekend of September.
“I haven’t been contacted by the city whatsoever,” said Fairmount’s Andrew Malkasian.
Cars must go in the yellow area and red area, dubbed the “secure perimeter” starting as soon as Thursday, Sept. 24. But can remain – and even possibly move around – in the green “traffic box” on while the Pope is in town that weekend (Sept. 26 and 27).
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