WASHINGTON — If you’re planning a Sunday morning outing, you might need to need to have a work-around: thousands of runners will be hitting the pavement for the annual Army Ten-Miler.
D.C. police are advising the public about rolling street closures connected to the run, scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 8. The race starts at 8 a.m. at the Pentagon. See a map of the race start here.
These streets will be closed along the race route starting at 6 a.m. and will reopen during the afternoon, though possibly at different times:
- Constitution Avenue NW between 23rd Street NW and 15th Street NW
- Independence Avenue SW between 23rd Street NW and 7th Street SW
- 14th Street Bridge HOV Lanes between Arlington, Virginia, and Independence Avenue SW
- 7th Street SW between Independence Avenue SW and C Street SW
- 9th Street SW between Independence Avenue SW and C Street SW
- Route 110 northbound between Rosslyn and Crystal City
- Portions of I-395 HOV lanes from Crystal City to the 14th Street Bridge
- Route 27 from the George Washington Memorial Parkway to I-395
- Army Navy Drive from S Eads Street to S 12th Street
- Arlington Memorial Bridge between Route 110 and Memorial Circle
Below is a map detailing some of the closures.
Drivers are being warned of potential delays and should find alternate routes when they can.
For more information about the Army Ten-Miler, visit their website.