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Traffic Alert During Marathon

Traffic Alert During Marathon

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Author Photo by: SpringTXDotCom Site Admin
~ 3 weeks, 2 days ago   Mar 01 2019, 12:39pm 
 
The annual Woodlands Marathon and Half Marathon will be held on March 2 and will impact traffic in and around the race courses from 6:45 am to 1:30 pm. This is the 8th annual event with an anticipated 8,000 registered participants.
 
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Due to the route of the run courses, the following roads will be impacted:
 
• Lake Robbins: Eastbound and Westbound
• Grogan's Mill: Southbound and Northbound
• Research Forest Drive: Eastbound
• Kuykendahl Road: Southbound and Northbound
• Lake Woodlands Drive: Eastbound
• South Millbend: Southbound
• Sawdust: Westbound (Outside Lane)
• Glenloch: Northbound
• Tanglebrush: Eastbound
• South Panther Creek: Eastbound
• Flintridge: Eastbound
• Woodlands Parkway: Eastbound (Outside Lane)
• Macbeth Way: Eastbound
• Ashlane Way: Eastbound
• Branch Crossing: Northbound and Southbound
• Terramont: Southbound
• Ken Lakes Drive: Southbound and Northbound
• Alden Bridge: Eastbound
• Bay Branch: Eastbound
 
Plan ahead and use alternative routes, as the streets along the race routes will have closures and contra-flow traffic in order to accommodate runners.
 
Suggested travel practices on race day:
 
• Expect 5 minute delays at intersections.
• Add 10-15 extra for your travel times.
• Map your own course prior to race day.
 
For more info, visit thewoodlandsmarathon .com
 
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