Street Closures Begin Wednesday For Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run In Fort Lauderdale

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FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Road closures for the 2021 Mercedes-Benz Corporate tally statesman Wednesday afternoon.

Beginning astatine 4 p.m., the eastbound lanes of Las Olas Boulevard volition adjacent from Andrews Avenue to SE 1st Avenue. Then astatine 6:30 p.m., the westbound lanes volition close.

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On Thursday, the time of the race, determination volition beryllium adjacent much closures.

Beginning astatine 9 a.m., SE 1st Avenue volition beryllium closed from SE 2nd Street to Las Olas Boulevard. Also, Las Olas Boulevard volition beryllium closed from SE 1st Avenue to SE 2nd Avenue.

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The contention volition get underway astatine 6:45 p.m.

The archetypal half-mile of the contention route, northbound of the New River, volition beryllium filled with runners and walkers. Fort Lauderdale constabulary volition divert postulation from this area. Traffic volition beryllium rerouted eastbound connected Davie Boulevard truthful arsenic to not let postulation connected SE 3rd Avenue northbound of Davie Boulevard. Once the runners/walkers person made the westbound crook onto SE 14th Street, constabulary volition unfastened the roadways.

The roadways, with the objection of Las Olas Boulevard, volition reopen astatine 9:30 p.m. Las Olas Boulevard volition reopen astatine 11 p.m.

All contention participants are encouraged to deterioration facial coverings erstwhile not running/walking oregon eating/drinking successful their squad tent.

Hand sanitizer volition beryllium affixed to each tent, arsenic good arsenic acceptable up passim the lawsuit site.

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