Labor Day Street Closures for Hike, Bike, & Paddle

Thousands expected to get active at Waterfront Park

Hike, Bike and Paddle brings road closures to downtown

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - The weather is expected to be cooler on Monday. Not bad if you are heading out for a Labor Day tradition, a morning full of exercise. Here is what you need to know if you plan on going to to the Subway Fresh Fit Hike, Bike & Paddle.

Thousands are expected to flock to Waterfront Park on Monday. Hike, bike, and paddle is a free, healthy community event. Various fitness demonstrations start the day including yoga, tai chi and zumba. You can take your pick from a 5K hike, 13.5+mile bike ride or a paddle on the Ohio River.

The Hike, Bike and Paddle event starts at 8 a.m. on the Great Lawn and continues until noon. The event also comes with many street closures and parking restrictions. According to LMPD, the following streets will be closed Monday, Sept. 2, from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.

-Exit ramp from I-64 (both directions) to Ninth Street

-Exit ramp from I-64 eastbound to Story Avenue

-Witherspoon Street from Brook Street to River Road

-Witherspoon Street from Adams Street to Clay Street

-Clay Street from Witherspoon Street to Market Street

-River Road from Preston Street to Witherspoon Street - Canoe/kayak lane on westbound River Road (open from Orange Lot to Green Lot)

-Floyd Street from Washington Street to Witherspoon Street (access will be allowed for Waterfront Park Place residents)

-Preston Street from Witherspoon Street to Washington Street

-Market Street from Baxter Avenue to Roy Wilkins Avenue (Ninth Street)

-Roy Wilkins Avenue (Ninth Street) from Market Street to Chestnut Street

-Baxter Avenue from Market Street to Jefferson Street

-East Chestnut Street from Jefferson Street to Chestnut Street Connector

-Chestnut Street Connector from East Chestnut Street to Gray Street

-Gray Street from Chestnut Street Connector to Shelby Street

-Shelby Street from Gray Street to Goss Avenue

-Goss Avenue from Shelby Street to Logan Street

-Logan Street from Goss Avenue to Broadway

-Broadway from Logan Street to Baxter Avenue

-Cherokee Road from Baxter Avenue to Cherokee Parkway

-Cherokee Parkway from Cherokee Road to Grinstead Drive

-Grinstead Drive from Cherokee Parkway to Etley Avenue

-Etley Avenue from Grinstead Drive to Lexington Road

-Lexington Road from Etley Avenue to Spring Street

-Spring Street from Lexington Road to Story Avenue

-Adams Street from Story Avenue to Witherspoon Street

No Parking Areas

1 am - 1 pm

-Witherspoon Street from Brook Street to River Road

-Witherspoon Street from Adams Street to Clay Street

-Clay Street from Witherspoon Street to Market Street

-River Road from Preston Street to Witherspoon Street - Canoe/kayak lane on westbound River Road (open from Orange Lot to Green Lot)

-Floyd Street from Washington Street to Witherspoon Street (access will be allowed for Waterfront Park Place residents)

-Preston Street from Witherspoon Street to Washington Street

-Market Street from Baxter Avenue to Roy Wilkins Avenue (Ninth Street)

-Roy Wilkins Avenue (Ninth Street) from Market Street to Chestnut Street

-Baxter Avenue from Market Street to Jefferson Street

-East Chestnut Street from Jefferson Street to Chestnut Street Connector

-Chestnut Street Connector from East Chestnut Street to Gray Street

-Gray Street from Chestnut Street Connector to Shelby Street

-Shelby Street from Gray Street to Goss Avenue

-Goss Avenue from Shelby Street to Logan Street

-Logan Street from Goss Avenue to Broadway

-Broadway from Logan Street to Baxter Avenue

-Cherokee Road from Baxter Avenue to Cherokee Parkway

-Cherokee Parkway from Cherokee Road to Grinstead Drive

-Grinstead Drive from Cherokee Parkway to Etley Avenue

-Etley Avenue from Grinstead Drive to Lexington Road

-Lexington Road from Etley Avenue to Spring Street

-Spring Street from Lexington Road to Story Avenue

-Adams Street from Story Avenue to Witherspoon Street

For more information on the Hike, Bike and Paddle click here.

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