Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Public Enemies filming gets ready to move to Oshkosh

Filming on Johnny Depp's "Public Enemies" continues in Chicago while Oshkosh is ready to welcome the cast as filming is scheduled to begin there tomorrow, April 10. The rubber cobblestone steps are ready to be rolled out.

From the City of Oshkosh:

City of Oshkosh “Public Enemies” Update- April 9, 2008

Oshkosh, Wis. – To accommodate preparation and filming needs for Universal Studios’ “Public
Enemies” movie, the Oshkosh Police Department has released the following municipal updates:

􀂃 Beginning Thursday, April 10, N. Main Street will be closed between Church Avenue and High
Avenue. Algoma Boulevard will also be closed between N. Main Street through Brown Street.
Market Street between High Avenue and Algoma Boulevard will be also closed. In addition,
Washington Avenue will be closed between N. Main Street and Jefferson Street as well as
between State Street and Court Street. Mt. Vernon Street will also be closed between
Northwestern Avenue and Washington Avenue.

􀂃 Beginning Saturday, April 12, Washington Avenue will be closed between Court Street and
Broad Street. Court Street will also be closed from Waugoo Street to Washington Avenue.
During the Oshkosh ½ Marathon on Saturday morning the roadway between Court Street and
Broad Street will remain open.

􀂃 Beginning Monday, April 14, Jefferson Street will be closed from Washington Avenue to 100 feet
north. In addition, State Street will be closed from Waugoo Street to Washington Avenue.

􀂃 A map of the anticipated street closures is posted on the city website: www.ci.oshkosh.wi.us

􀂃 Parking in the downtown area will be limited and parking regulations will be enforced.

􀂃 Overnight parking regulations have been waived during this time and cars can be parked on the
street overnight as long as they are legally parked on odd sides of the street on odd dates and
even sides of the street on even dates.

􀂃 The public is encouraged to use public transportation during this period. City of Oshkosh bus
routes will be running in downtown Oshkosh. For more information on bus routes and times,
please call the Oshkosh Transit System office at (920) 232-5340 or visit them on the city
website: www.ci.oshkosh.wi.us.
􀂃 Pedestrian traffic is allowed in downtown outside of the barricaded areas

These articles have more information about the fiming in Oshkosh.

http://www.thenorthwestern.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080409/OSH03/804090482/1987

http://www.wbay.com/global/story.asp?s=8141750

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