Traffic Modifications for the Run to Remember
Thursday Sep 8th, 2016
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise motorists of the traffic modifications that will be in effect for the Run to Remember 11K/5K. The event will begin on Pratt Street in front of the World Trade Center at 8:46 a.m. on Sunday, September 11, 2016.
The 5K course will begin on Pratt Street at the intersection of Commerce Street. Participants will proceed west on Pratt Street, left on Light Street, left on Key Highway, right on Webster Street, and right on E. Randall Street. The course will continue left on Johnson Street, right on E. Wells Street, right on Light Street and right on E. Fort Avenue. Participants will turn left on Williams Street, right on Warren Ave, and left into Federal Hill Park where they will finish the race.
The 11K race will also begin on Pratt Street at the intersection of Commerce Street. Participants will proceed west on Pratt Street, left on Light Street, left on Key Highway, right on Webster Street, and left on Fort Avenue. Runners will turn around just before Fort McHenry, then turn left on Webster Street, right on Randall Street, left on Johnson Street and right on E. Wells Street. The course will continue right on Light Street, right onto Pratt Street and onto the Promenade between the World Trade Center and Pratt Street Pavilion. Participants will exit the Promenade just past the Science Center, cross over Key Highway and turn right on Battery Avenue, left on Warren Ave, then left into Federal Hill Park to finish.
In preparation for this event, one lane of travel will be coned off for participants along the race route wherever possible. Traffic and pedestrians will be allowed to cross through periodic breaks in the race at various intersections throughout the morning.
Commuters should be advised that temporary traffic stops will occur along the race route for the safety of participants. Motorists traveling in the vicinity of the run should allow additional travel time in anticipation of this event and should be on the watch for pedestrians. The use of alternate routes is strongly encouraged to avoid delays.
Baltimore City Department of Transportation:
“Keeping Baltimore Moving Safely”