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Drriving, parking, boating and anchoring will be affected by this weekend’s Fort Lauderale Air Show.

There will be intermittent road closures through Monday to accommodate the event, and its set-up and breakdown.

Motorists and bicyclists should make plans ahead of time to use Federal Highway between Oakland Park and Sunrise boulevards to detour around the road closures along the beach.

North and southbound State Road A1A will be closed for thru-traffic from the north side of the Sunrise Boulevard intersection to Northeast 14th Court on Saturday and Sunday between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.

This area is also a no-fly zone for drones, police said. Image result for air show

Residents who live near the show area will have access to their homes through a checkpoint at Northeast 20th Street, coming from the north and East Oakland Park Boulevard.

State Road A1A south of Sunrise Boulevard will remain open to traffic but it’s expected to be bumper-to-bumper.

Fort Lauderdale Police and Broward Sheriff’s Office marine patrols will enforce a no boating, no anchoring safety zone that will be marked with buoys off the beach.

There are about 40 public parking lots, garages and metered spaces near the beach between Oakland Park Boulevard and Southeast 17th Street, at $1-$3 per hour.

Parking is also available at the Galleria mall, 2414 E.Sunrise Blvd., for a $20 flat rate.

Free shuttles to the show will be available for the disabled from designated lots at the Galleria.

Law enforcement officers will be stationed throughout the event site and surrounding areas to guide pedestrians and motorists.

The main show area is located between East Sunrise Boulevard and the 1600 block of N. State Road A1A.