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    Buffalo Marathon's Local Road Closures

    The Buffalo Marathon will be running through Parkside, Sunday May 28, 2017. Please take these street closures into account as you plan your travels.

    A full overview of the route, and closure times and locations can be found on the Buffalo Marathon website. For additional information please reach out to the race organizers: information@buffalomarathon.com.

    Mile Location Closed Re-opens
    17 Delaware/Ring Road 5AM Noon
    18 Ring Road/Jewett - Detour traffic or Zoo only 5AM Noon
    18.6 30K relay near Crescent/Amherst 5AM Noon
    19 Starin 6:30AM Noon
    19.3 Hertle/Starin  6:30AM Noon
    19.6 Hertle/Wellington 6:30AM Noon
    20 Linden 6:30AM 12:30PM
    20.1 Linden/Colvin 6:30AM 12:30PM
    20.5 Colvin/Ring Road 4:30AM 12:30PM
    21 Meadow/Middlesex 4:30AM 12:30PM

     

     

     

     

     

     

    The following screen shot is of the marathon route (blue line), the detour route (orange line for residents and zoo patrons), and a white line (detour for the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd.)  The gold color balloons are where the BPD will help residents and zoo patrons to cross over the route at Depew and Starin and also at Parkside and Hertel.   If you are accessing Parkside from the 198 to go north of Jewett you would be detoured around to Main Street.  If you are trying to access south of Jewett from the north side on Parkside the quickest way would also be the detour.

    Keep in mind on Parkside, north of Jewett, there will be a cone line to help with traffic control especially to direct zoo patrons. 

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    All money raised helps support continuing non-profit programs of the Parkside Community Association—among them are the Summer Arts Camp for kids, Aging in Place, Crime Prevention, Housing Advocacy, Arts and Crafts Show, Traffic Safety, the renowned Parkside Tour of Homes and Garden & Architecture Tour, and the popular free summer “Movies in the Meadow” series.