WaPo article on tomorrow's Run Rock N Roll Marathon, whose course includes Bryant St NW and North Capitol St
Click on the link to read the entire Washington Post article about tomorrow's Run Rock N Roll Marathon whose course includes Bryant Street NW and North Capitol Street. Is everyone ready for tomorrow? The streets will be closed and driving anywhere is virtually impossible. Plan accordingly.
The annual Rock 'n’ Roll
Marathon will bring more than 17,000 runners and thousands more spectators to
the nation’s capital Saturday, closing streets and disrupting traffic, parking and
transit across the District.
The marathon, which will
occur between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m., will take runners through many D.C.
neighborhoods. Some of the street closures will begin as early as 2 a.m., and
residents and visitors should anticipate parking challenges starting the night
before as D.C. police implement strict “no parking” restrictions along the
good news is the forecast for Saturday is calling for partly sunny and dry
weather. The Capital Weather Gang is forecasting highs in the mid-40s to near 50.
The marathon will start at
7 a.m. from a line on Constitution Avenue NW at 14th Street and will finish
midafternoon at RFK Stadium. The course sprawls across several residential
neighborhoods, including Capitol Hill, Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights and Anacostia.