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Posted on: October 21, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Expect Heavy Traffic Delays This Sunday Due To Radnor Run Event

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The 42nd Annual Penn Medicine Radnor Run is taking place this Sunday. This event will pose significant traffic delays in the areas on and surrounding the course from approximately 7:30 AM to 11:00 AM on Sunday, October 27th.

The course begins and ends at the Radnor Township Building at 301 Iven Avenue.  Iven Avenue will be closed from Radnor Crossing Apartments to Conestoga Road (only local traffic will be let through at times that are safe and when large groups of participants are not on the street). Runners will travel down Iven Avenue, crossing Conestoga Road onto Church Road, and will continue on Church Road until it becomes Brooke Road. After winding down to the end of Brooke Road, participants will turn left onto Darby-Paoli Road before turning right into the Willows. The course goes through the Willows Park and back to Darby-Paoli Road where participants will turn right before turning left onto Newtown Road. Participants will travel up Newtown Road, turn left on to Abrahams Lane and will continue on to Lesley Road where they will turn right. Upon reaching Parkes Run Lane, runners will turn left and go back to Abrahams Lane where they will turn right making their way to Church Road and turning right. Crossing Conestoga Road, runners will make their way down Aberdeen Avenue, turning right on to Orchard Way and again on to Brookside Avenue. Finally, runners will turn left onto Iven Avenue and head for the finish line passing the Radnor Township Building and ending at Encke Park.  

Radnor Police Department, along with the help of community volunteer course marshals, will be managing traffic and safety as runners pass through each section of the course. Please use caution and allow extra time for travel. There will be significant traffic delays in the areas surrounding the course and at the Radnor Township Building.

Please click here to see the map of the race course.

Please click here to read the letter to Radnor Township Neighbors.

For more information or to register please click the image below.


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