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Komen Race street closings

Street closings for the Susan B. Komen Columbus Race for the Cure

Friday May 17th — 6:00 pm till Saturday May 18th, approximately 3:00 pm — Broad Street will close between High and Third streets

Saturday May 18th, at 6:00 am the following will close for the formation area:

Front Street will be closed between Gay and Rich streets

Broad Street between High Street and Civic Center Drive

High Street between Rich and Broad streets

 

Roads along the race route will begin closing at approximately 8:00 a.m.  There will be long rolling closures along the race course.

1 Mile Fun Walk Course:

•             Begins at City Hall (Corner of Broad and Front streets)

•             West on Broad Street to Belle Street

•             South on Belle Street to Town Street

•             East on Town/Rich to High Street

•             North on High Street to the Finish line by the Statehouse

5K Races/Walks  Course:

•             Begins near City Hall (Corner of Elm and Front streets)

•             North on Front Street to Spring Street

•             East on Spring Street to High Street

•             North on High Street to Goodale Street

•             West on Goodale Street to Park Street

•             South on Park/Front to Nationwide Boulevard

•             West on Nationwide Boulevard to Neil Avenue

•             South on Neil Avenue to Long Street

•             East on Long Street to Marconi Boulevard

•             South on Marconi Boulevard to Broad Street

•             West on Broad Street to Belle Street

•             South on Belle Street to Town Street

•             East on Town/Rich to High Street

•             North on High Street to the Finish line by the Statehouse

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