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ATTENTION APPRENTICE CANDIDATES

Due to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, and the Heart Mini Marathon on Sunday, there will be several DOWNTOWN ROAD CLOSURES that may add time your trip to the 21c Museum Hotel. 

 

The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held this year on Saturday, March 14th.  The parade will stage on Culvert Street and southbound Eggleston Avenue, and will travel north on Eggleston Avenue, west on Central Parkway, south on Sycamore Street, then east on Fifth Street to the demarcation area on Sentinel Street.

 

In order to allow the parade participants to stage, the following streets will close at 10:00 AM:

  • Eggleston Avenue closed between Broadway and Third Street (northbound Eggleston Avenue open between E Pete Rose Way and Reedy St)
  • Reedy Street – closed between Broadway and Court Street
  • Culvert Street – closed between Reedy Street and Third Street
  • Sentinel Street – closed between Fifth Street and Eggleston Avenue

 

In order to secure the parade route, the following streets will close at 11:30 AM:

  • Central Parkway – eastbound closed between Main Street and Pendleton Street
  • Sycamore Street – closed between Central Parkway and Fourth Street
  • Court Street – closed between Main Street and Sycamore Street
  • Seventh Street – closed between Broadway and Culvert Street
  • Fifth Street – closed between Main Street and Columbia Parkway
  • Broadway – closed between Fourth Street and Sixth Street; closed between Ninth Street and Eggleston Avenue

 

Delays may be expected at the following locations as the parade will be held to cross traffic:

  • Westbound Ninth Street at Sycamore Street
  • Westbound Eighth Street at Sycamore Street
  • Eastbound Seventh Street at Sycamore Street
  • Westbound Sixth Street at Sycamore Street

 

The parade will begin at 12:00 PM and end by approximately 3:00 PM, at which time all streets will be reopened.  All parking along the parade route will be prohibited. Metro bus service will be rerouted around the parade route.

 

 

Heart Mini Marathon

Sunday, March 15, 2015

 

The Heart Mini Marathon will be held this year on Sunday, March 15th.  Various streets in the Downtown and Riverfront areas, as well as Columbia Parkway, will be closed for this event. Beginning at 4:30 AM until approximately 6:00 PM on Sunday, March 15, the following streets will be closed:

©       Fifth Street closed between Vine Street and Columbia Parkway (local access to Walnut Street garages maintained); closed between Culvert Street and Eggleston Avenue

©       Fourth Street operates as 2-way between Broadway and Pike Street

©       Lawrence Street closed

©       Walnut Street closed between Fifth Street and Sixth St (garage access maintained)

©       Main Street closed between Fourth Street and Seventh Street

©       Sycamore Street closed between Fourth Street and Seventh Street

©       Broadway closed between Fourth Street and Seventh Street; closed between Third Street and E Pete Rose Way

©       Sentinel Street closed between Culvert Street and Fifth Street

©       Sixth Street closed between Columbia Parkway and Sycamore Street

©       Exit ramp from I-471closed

©       Seventh Street closed between Broadway and Culvert Street

©       Culvert Street closed between Reedy Street and Third Street

©       E Pete Rose Way closed between Eggleston Avenue and Broadway

©       Riverside Drive eastbound closed between Eggleston Avenue and Bains Street

©       E Mehring Way closed between Joe Nuxhall Way and E Pete Rose Way

©       Eggleston Avenue (southbound only) closed between Reedy St and E Pete Rose Way

©       Taylor Southgate Bridge CLOSED

©       Columbia Parkway closed between Fifth Street and Delta Avenue

©       Kemper Lane closed between Columbia Parkway and Francis Lane

©       Martin Street access ramp to westbound Columbia Parkway – closed

 

Access to all residential properties located within the closed area will be maintained.  Metro bus service will be rerouted around the closure area.

 

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