Road Closure Notice: Manchester City Marathon powered by SNHU – 2018
Date: Sunday, November 4, 2018
Race Start: 8:50am
Race End: 3:00pm
Millennium Running is proud to announce the return of the 12th Annual Manchester City Marathon powered by SNHU on Sunday, November 4, 2018. The events are expected to bring thousands of runners and spectators to downtown Manchester to join in the City’s Veteran’s Day celebration. The 2018 Manchester City Marathon powered by SNHU follows on the success and growth of the 2017 event.
Expect road closures and delays throughout the route during the hours of 8:30am – 3:00pm. Full details below.
It is STRONGLY ADVISED to access Downtown Manchester via entry by I-293, Exit 6: Amoskeag Bridge or by Exit 4: Queen City Ave, and NOT by Exit 5: Granite Street.
Please expect Full Road Closures on the following streets:
Please expect Soft Road Closures for local traffic on the following streets:
- Elm St. (downtown) – 7:00am-3:00pm
- Elm St. (Granite to Queen City) – 8:30am-9:15am
- Reservoir Ave (by Derryfield Park) – 9:30am-12:00pm
- Bridge St. Bridge – 9:45am-3:00pm
- Granite St. (between Canal and Elm) – 9:00am-10:00am
- Manchester/Goffstown Rail Trail – 10am-3:00pm
- Riverwalk Trail – 9:00am-10:00am
- Calef Rd
- Mitchell St
- Riverdale Ave
- Dunbar St
- Sundial Ave
- South Commerical St.
- Lexington St.
- Walnut St.
- Juniper St.
- Bridge St. @ Mammoth Rd.
- Red Coat Ln.
- Belmont St.
- Bremer St.
- Coolidge St.
- Fieldcrest St.
- Montgomery St.
- Upland St.
- McGregor St. @ Bremer St.
At the 2016 Manchester City Marathon powered by SNHU
-38 states and provinces were represented by athletes
-Over 60% of marathon participants came from out of state
-An estimated $2.5 million was brought into the local community
-Nearly 20% of finishers qualified for the 2018 Boston Marathon
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