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Street closures, route set for Papa John's 10 Miler

A map of street closures scheduled for the Papa John's 10 Miler. (Source: Papa John's 10 Miler Race Director) A map of street closures scheduled for the Papa John's 10 Miler. (Source: Papa John's 10 Miler Race Director)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Nearly 6,500 runners are expected to gather in downtown Louisville Saturday morning to participate in the third leg of the Triple Crown of Running.

The Papa John's 10 Miler will kick off at 8 a.m. on 3rd Street, near Central Avenue and Churchill Downs.

The course will take runners through Iroquois Park and will finish at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.

Several roads will be closed during the race. Below is a list of planned changes;

SIGNAGE

  • "No Stopping" 3rd Street between Winkler Avenue and Southern Parkway
  • "Road Closed" Taylor Boulevard and Brookline
  • "Road Closed" New Cut Road and Park Road
  • "Road Closed" Kenwood Drive and Fay Avenue
  • "Road Closed" 4th Street and Oakdale
  • "Road Closed" 3rd Street and Kenton

No on-street parking will be permitted on Third Street from Heywood Avenue to Southern Parkway from 5 a.m. until noon.

STREET CLOSURES

6:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

  • Central Avenue from Third Street to Fourth Street
  • Central Avenue from Floyd Street to Third Street (Central Station traffic only)
  • Third Street from Central Avenue to Southern Parkway

7 a.m. to Noon

  • Southern Parkway from Florence Avenue to Southern Heights Avenue
  • Southern Parkway from Third Street to Florence Avenue
  • Southern Parkway from Southern Heights Avenue to New Cut Road/Taylor Blvd.

7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

  • Floyd Street from Central Avenue to Boxley Avenue

8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

  • Taylor Blvd. from Huntoon Avenue to Southern Parkway
  • New Cut Road from Southern Parkway to Palatka Road
  • Iroquois Park (All Park Streets)

ROUTE

  • South on 3rd Street from Central Avenue to Southern Parkway
  • Left (South) on New Cut Road 
  • Right (West) into Iroquois Park at the Amphitheater Parking lot
  • Runners will enter the park and travel through the park clockwise
  • Left on Rundill Road (Road that circles inside Iroquois Park)
  • Exiting the Iroquois Park at New Cut Road and Southern Parkway
  • North on Southern Parkway to North on 3rd Street
  • Right (East) on Central Avenue to Left (North) on Floyd Street 
  • Left into Papa John's Stadium.

For additional race information, click here.

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