Road closings for Saturday’s race

04/03/2007 5:09 PM by

The US Open Cycling Championship comes through the area Saturday. Roads are closed as follows… [via]

City of Richmond
The following street closures in Richmond will be in effect for the epoch shown:

Friday, April 6, 7:00 p.m.-Saturday, April 7, 2:30 p.m.
Broad Street westbound between 7th Street and 10th Street

Saturday, April 7, 6:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Broad Street both directions, between 7th Street and 10th Street.

Saturday, April 7, 8:50 a.m.-approximately 12:15 p.m.
Broad Street between Governor’s Street & 7th Street
7th Street between Broad Street & Jackson Street
Jackson Street between 7th Street & Chamberlayne Avenue/Adams Street
Chamberlayne Avenue/Adams Street between Jackson Street & Marshall Street
Marshall Street between Adams Street & 3rd Street
3rd Street between Marshall Street & Cary Street
Cary Street between 3rd Street & 20th Street
20th Street between Cary Street & Main Street
Main Street between 20th Street and Libby Hill Park (lower carriage path entrance)
29th Street between Soldiers and Sailors Monument to Franklin Street
Franklin Street between 29th Street & 19th Street
19th Street between Franklin Street & Main Street
Main Street between 19th Street & 12th Street
12th Street between Cary Street & Bank Street
Bank Street between 12th Street & Governor’s Street
Governor’s Street between Bank Street & Broad Street

Some cross street blocks may be closed for the duration of the race. Other cross street traffic crossing the course may experience short delays to allow the racers to pass.

Between approximately 10:20 a.m-10:55 a.m., Saturday, April 7, the following streets will be affected by a rolling closure of no more than approximately 10-15 minutes, as the men’s race enters Richmond:

East Main Street between City line (Orleans Street) & Water Street
Water Street/Dock Street between East Main Street & Pear Street
Pear Street between Dock Street & Main Street
Main Street between Pear Street & Libby Hill Park (lower carriage path entrance).



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