Endurance Run to create road closures throughout KC and Northeast Nov. 17

Northeast News
November 15, 2012

A number of Kansas City streets will be closed this Saturday for The North Face Midwest Regional Endurance Challenge.

Fifteen minutes prior to each race start, there will be rolling street closures. Streets will reopen following the last runner of each race. However, if there is a break between runners, vehicles may cross the intersection.
The race will start at 7 a.m. with the 50K followed by the marathon at 7:05 a.m., the  marathon relay at 7:05 a.m., the half marathon at 7:10 a.m.; the 10K at 7:20 a.m., the 5K at 7:25 a.m. and the Kid’s Run at 11 a.m.

Street closures in Historic Northeast will include:
Independence and Virginia
Independence and Lydia
Independence and Paseo
Missouri and Paseo
West Entrance of Cliff Dr
#2 Entrance of Cliff Dr
Gate #3 Ruthanne Harpert/Gladstone
Gate #4 and Gladstone
Van Burnt and Gladstone
Van Burnt and Sunrise
Van Burnt and Scarritt
Van Burnt and Quincy
Van Burnt and St John
Van Burnt and Anderson
Van Burnt and Smart
Van Burnt and Thompson
Thompson and Chelsea
Thompson and Brighton
Thompson and Quincy
Quincy and Smart
Quincy and Budd Park Esplanade
Budd Park and Denver
Budd Park and Colorado
Budd Park and Hardesty
Hardesty and Anderson
Hardesty and St John
Hardesty and Scarritt
Hardesty and Wilburn Ct
Hardesty and Lyon
Hardesty and Norledge
Norledge and Colorado
Norledge and Denver
Norledge and Quincy
Norledge and Brighton
Brighton and Sunrise
Brighton and Gladstone
Gladstone and Chelsea
Gladstone and Quincy
Gladstone and Denver
Gladstone and Hardesty
Gladstone and Oakley
Gladstone and Topping
Gladstone and White
Gladstone and N Wheeling
N Wheeling and Sadia
N Wheeling and Norledge
N Wheeling and Scarritt
N Wheeling and St John
St John and Belmont
Belmont and Scarritt
Belmont and Chouteau Trafficway
Belmont and Norledge
Belmont and Sadia
Gladstone and Cliff Dr Place
Gladstone and Gladstone Pl
Gladstone and Sunrise
Gladstone and Norledge
Gladstone and Scarritt
Gladstone and Monroe
Gladstone and Askew
Gladstone and Bales
Gladstone and Indiana
Gladstone and Walrond
Gladstone and Windsor
Gladstone and St John
LeBelle and Bellefontaine
LeBelle and Lexington
Lexington and Montgall
Lexington and Prospect
Lexington and Wabash
Wabash and Elma
Wabash and Amie
Wabash and Independence
Independence and Olive
Olive and 6th
Olive and 8th
Olive and 9th
9th and Park
9th and Brooklyn
9th and Garfield
9th and Euclid
9th and Woodland
9th and Highland
9th and Paseo
9th and Lydia
9th and Tracy
9th and Forest
9th and Troost

For more information and a complete list of road closures, visit http://www.thenorthface.com/en_US/endurance-challenge/kansas-city-mo-road/?stop_mobi=yes

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