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Events

Humana Rock 'n' Roll Raleigh Marathon & Half Marathon

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  • Sunday, April 2, 2017 7 am

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In 2017, the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series will be celebrating 20 Years Running. It all began in San Diego in 1998. 2017 will also mark Rock ‘n’ Roll Raleigh Marathon and 1/2 Marathon's 4th year with the series since the inaugural race in 2014. Through the years, Rock ‘n’ Roll Raleigh has become known for its beautiful tree lined course taking runners up and down the hills of the historic downtown district. Join us in Raleigh in 2017 for our series-wide celebration of 20 Years Running!


Associated Street Closures:

Event Date:  Sunday, April 2

Note:  Closures and times are subject to change.  Roads leading to race course may be affected my closures

 

Street Closures:

The following streets are closed from 8 am on Saturday, April 1 until 10 am on Sunday, April 2:

Davie Street between Salisbury and Wilmington Streets

Fayetteville Street between Martin and Lenoir Streets

Note:  Access maintained for Sheraton and Marriott hotels.  No through traffic.

 

The following streets are closed from 8 am on Saturday, April 1 until 5 pm on Sunday, April 2:

Cabarrus Street between McDowell and Gale Streets

Lenoir Street between McDowell and Salisbury Streets and Dawson and McDowell Streets

 

The following streets are closed from 3 am until 3 pm on Sunday, April 2:

McDowell Street between Hargett and South Streets

Davie and Cabarrus Streets between Dawson and Salisbury Streets

 

The following streets are closed from 3 am until 10 am on Sunday, April 2:

Salisbury Street between Martin and Lenoir Streets

Note:  Fenced two-way access lane for Sheraton and Marriott hotels to exit south on Salisbury St.

Lenoir Street between Salisbury and Wilmington Streets

 

The following street is closed from 3 am until 8:30 am on Sunday, April 2:

Fayetteville Street between W. Martin and W. Hargett Streets

 

The following street is closed from 3 am until 2 pm on Sunday, April 2:

W. Martin Street between S. Dawson and Salisbury Streets

 

The following streets are closed from 6 am until 8:30 am on Sunday, April 2:

Hargett Street between Fayetteville and Salisbury Streets

W. Jones Street between N. McDowell and N. Wilmington Streets

McDowell Street between Hargett and Jones Streets

N. Wilmington Street between W. Jones and E. North Streets

E. North Street between N. North Wilmington and N. Blount Streets

Note:  No through traffic on Wilmington Street. Northbound traffic MUST park before reaching Morgan Street. (There is no way to go north or turn around until 8:30 am due to road closures further north.)

 

The following streets are closed from 6 am until 8:45 am on Sunday, April 2:

N. Blount Street between E. North Street and MLK Blvd

Westbound MLK Blvd between Blount Street and Chavis Way

 

The following streets are closed from 6 am until 9 am on Sunday, April 2:

Chavis Way between MLK Blvd and E. Davie Street

Note:  Southbound lane open to traffic from southern Noble Oak to MLK Blvd for Chavis Heights residents

E. Davie Street between Chavis Way and S. Bloodworth Street

Bloodworth Street between E. Davie Street and Oakwood Avenue

Note:  Northbound access lane on Bloodworth Street from Martin to Hargett for residents of Lincoln Apartment

 

The following streets are closed from 6 am until 10 am on Sunday, April 2:

Delway Street between Mordecai Drive and N. Blount Street

N. Blount Street between Delway and E. Peace Streets

Westbound Peace Street between N. Blount and W. Johnson Streets/Bellwood Drive

 

The following street is closed from 6:30 am until 1:30 pm on Sunday, April 2:

W. Hargett Street between S. Dawson and McDowell Streets

 

The following streets are closed from 6:30 am until 2 pm on Sunday, April 2:

W. Lenoir Street between S. Saunders Street and S. Boylan Avenue

S. Boylan Avenue between W. Lenoir and W. Morgan Streets

W. Morgan Street between S. Boylan Avenue and S. Dawson Street

S. Dawson Street between W. Morgan and W. Hargett Streets

 

The following ramp is closed from 6:30 am until 8:45 am on Sunday, April 2:

Northbound Peace Street Off-ramp from 401/Capital Blvd

 

The following ramp is closed from 6:30 am until 10:30 am on Sunday, April 2:

Southbound Peace Street Off-ramp from 401/Capital Blvd

 

For a map of road closures, please click here.