April 11, 2011
Contact: Crystal Nosal, 703-228-4311
TRAFFIC ALERT: 2011 St. Agnes 10K Race Street closures
The Arlington County Police Department will be working a 10K in the area of St. Agnes Catholic Church on April 16, 2011. Several roads will be closed from approximately 7:30 a.m.-10 a.m. The affected streets are listed below:
• N. Randolph St. from Lee Hwy to N. 15th St.
• N. 15th St. from N. Quincy to N. Wakefield St.
• N. Stafford St. from Lee Hwy to N. 13th St.
• N. Utah St. from N. 15th St. to N. 13th St.
• N. Woodstock St. from N. Glebe Rd. to N. 20th Rd.
• N. 13th St. from N. Stafford to N. Utah
• N. 16th St. from Glebe to N. Wakefield
• N. 17th St. from Glebe to N. Wakefield
• N. 18th St. from Glebe to N. Wakefield
• N. 19th St. from Glebe to N. Wakefield
Along the race course temporary road closures will be necessary as the race moves throughout the neighborhood. All residents of the affected areas will be escorted through the traffic closures to minimize the impact on the community. Residents are encouraged to try and position their vehicles outside of the impacted area to prevent delays in travel. If this is not possible please follow the guidelines below to leave during the race.
• Residents who live north of N. 15th St. and west of N. Utah St. are asked to travel out to N. Wakefield St. to provide access to N. Glebe Rd.
• Residents who live north of N. 15th St. and east of N. Utah St. are asked to travel to N. Taylor St. where access is free flowing to Lee. Hwy. N. Taylor St. will remain open during the entire race from N. 15th St. to Lee Hwy.
• N. Stafford St. and N. Utah St. will remain passable for vehicular traffic to Lee Hwy during the race. Race staff will be present to assist residents in getting out of the neighborhood during the race.
Residents are asked to park vehicles in driveways to reduce the congestion on the affected streets to allow more runners through the neighborhood as quickly as possible which will result in a return to normal conditions. If there are any questions or concerns regarding the impact to the community, please contact Lieutenant Dave Reiten at (703) 228-4259.