List of street closures for Illinois Marathon released

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URBANA, Ill. (WAND) - The Illinois Marathon will take place this Saturday, April 28.

The City of Urbana has now released the following street closures for the race. All street closings will begin at 6:00 a.m.  The entire route will be closed by 6:30 a.m. 

The following streets will re-open at these approximate times:
    Green Street from Wright Street to Lincoln Avenue - 8:30 AM
    Green Street from Lincoln Avenue to Race Street - 8:40 AM
    Race Street from Green Street to Main Street - 8:45 AM
    Main Street from Race Street to Cottage Grove Avenue - 8:50 AM
    (One west bound lane will remain open during race)
    Cottage Grove Avenue/Philo Road from Main Street to Washington Street - 9:00 AM
    Washington Street from Philo Road to Kinch Street - 9:10 AM
    (West bound lanes will remain open from Kinch Street to Lierman Avenue during race)
    Kinch Street from Washington Street to Florida Avenue - 9:15 AM
    Florida Avenue from Kinch Street to Smith Road/Stone Creek Boulevard - 9:20 AM
    Stone Creek Boulevard from Smith Road to Amber Lane - 9:40 AM
    Amber Lane from Stone Creek Boulevard to Philo Road - 9:45 AM
(East bound lane will remain open from Myra Ridge to Stone Creek Boulevard during race)
    McHenry Street from Philo Road to Vine Street - 9:50 AM
    Vine Street from McHenry Street to Windsor Road - 10:00 AM
    Windsor Road from Philo Road to Race Street - 10:25 AM
    Race Street from Windsor Road to Pennsylvania Avenue - 10:40 AM
    Pennsylvania Avenue from Race Street to Lincoln Avenue - 11:00 AM
 
Urbana Temporary Parking Restrictions:
Temporary parking restrictions that begin on Saturday, April 28 at 6:00 a.m. until further notice will be posted on the following streets:
    Green Street from Busey Avenue to Cedar Street
    Main Street from Race Street to Vine Street
    Main Street from Maple Street to Cottage Grove Avenue
    Kinch Street from Washington Street to Florida Avenue
    Pennsylvania Avenue from Race Street to Lincoln Avenue

For more information about the Illinois Marathon, please click HERE.

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