Thursday, September 19, 2013

Schenectady County Pedal-Paddle-Run 2013

The fun starts Saturday morning September 21st. in Collins Park when the first race  takes off at 8:30 AM. Races will end and begin in the park.

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Residents and visitors to the area should be aware of road closures along with intersections manned by police or volunteer flagman directing traffic to keep everyone safe.   Be patient and follow directions. If you do live on one of the affected streets come out and cheer on event participants.  Take photos and share them with your friends online.

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The Scotia Police Department and the Glenville Police Department have issued the following streets closures/altered traffic patterns for the day (maps below):

Vley Road in both the Village of Scotia and the Town of Glenville will be CLOSED TO VEHICULAR TRAFFIC between 8:30am and approximately 10:30am. Traffic will be allowed to cross Vley Road at the discretion of police and/or flaggers.

Cuthbert Street in the Village of Scotia will be CLOSED TO VEHICULAR TRAFFIC between 8:30am and approximately 10:30am. Traffic will be diverted to Fifth Street, where vehicles will be allowed to cross Vley Road at the discretion police and/or flaggers.

Washington Avenue between Sunnyside Road and Schonowee Avenue will be open to LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY between 8:30am and approximately 10:30am.

Schonowee Avenue (between Mohawk Avenue and Kiwanis Way) will be closed to traffic beginning at approximately 8:30am, and will re-open after the running portion of the race is over, at approximately 11:00am.

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Approx 6.8 miles through the Village of Scotia and Town of Glenville.

 

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5K Run (3.1 miles) in Collins Park and around Collins Lake

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2 laps(approx 1.6 miles around Scotia Island in Collins Lake

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