Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon will affect travel Sunday in Scottsdale

A number of Scottsdale streets will be affected by runners and events surrounding Sunday’s marathon. (Photo/runrocknroll.com)

Several Scottsdale streets will be closed Sunday for Rock ‘N’ Roll Arizona Marathon events.

The following Scottsdale lane restrictions will occur 6 a.m.-3:30 p.m.:

  • Indian School Road will be closed from 48th Street to Goldwater Boulevard.
  • Goldwater Boulevard will be closed from Indian School Road to Second Street.
  • Northbound Goldwater Boulevard will be closed from Second Street to Marshall Way.
  • First Avenue will be closed from Goldwater Boulevard to Marshall Way.
  • Second Street will be closed from Goldwater Boulevard to Marshall Way.
  • Marshall Way will be closed from First Avenue to Goldwater Boulevard.
  • Main Street will be closed from Marshall Way to Goldwater Boulevard.
  • Southbound Hayden Road will be closed from McKellips Road to McDowell Road.
  • Eastbound McDowell Road will be closed from Scottsdale Road to Hayden Road.
  • McDowell Road will be closed from 64th Street to 54th Street.
  • 74th Street will be closed from McDowell Road to Enterprise Drive.
  • Northbound Scottsdale Road will be closed from McDowell Road to Thomas Road.
  • Westbound Thomas Road will be closed from Scottsdale Road to 64th Street.
  • Southbound 64th Street will be closed from Thomas Road to McDowell Road.

For a map of the race routes and all road closures, visit runrocknroll.com.

 

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