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Temporary parking restrictions for Marathon

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The City Public Works and Utilities Department will implement additional parking restrictions Sunday, May 5 along the route of the Lincoln Marathon.  On-street parking will be prohibited in all areas where temporary no parking signs are posted.  The temporary parking restrictions will be in effect at 5 a.m. Sunday and will be removed when the last runner has cleared the area.

The additional temporary no parking signs will be posted along the following roadways:

 

•                     Vine Street from 14th to 16th streets

•                     16th Street from Vine to South streets

•                     Sheridan Boulevard from South to Calvert streets

•                     48th Street from Calvert Street to Highway 2.

•                     20th Street from Highway 2 to Calvert Street

•                     Harrison Street from 10th to 20th streets

•                     10th Street from Harrison to "Q" streets

More information on the 36th annual Lincoln Marathon can be found at www.lincolnmarathon.org.

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