Saturday October 15th

Times Square kick off rally at 7:30am!!

Tunnel Opens at 8:30am!!

About the Walk

On the morning of Saturday October 15th, thousands of New Yorkers will be walking through the Lincoln Tunnel. Fresh air will be pumped into the tunnel and cars diverted to the other tubes. Public transport will be available to bring walkers back. The tunnel is just under 2 miles long, so it should take less than an hour.

Walk-The-Tunnel is a once in a lifetime opportunity — for New York City history lovers, engineering buffs, those who like unusual events, or those just curious about the world's greatest city's hidden underside.

It is also for people who care about ending AIDS, once and for all. Walk-The-Tunnel marks the first day of a march from New York City to Washington, DC, part of the The Campaign To End AIDS (C2EA). Hundreds of people concerned about HIV/AIDS will be walking for three weeks, from the Lincoln Tunnel to the Lincoln Memorial. At the same time, car and van caravans will be winding their way across the country from 8 other locations, converging on the nation's capital for a week of activism. These courageous activists have invited all New Yorkers to join them for the kick off of their historic walk.

About the Campaign to End AIDS

The Campaign to End AIDS (C2EA) is a diverse, exciting new coalition of people living with HIV/AIDS, their advocates and their loved ones. Together, we're demanding that our leaders exert the political will to stop the epidemic, in the U.S. and abroad, once and for all. In small towns and big cities across America, we're mobilizing to ensure the best treatment and care for all HIV-positive people...and HIV prevention methods backed by good science. Best of all? This November, we're taking our message to Washington, the thousands!

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