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Streets around the City of Orlando will be closed Saturday for the U.S. Olympic Team Trials Marathon - Full Details!

Updated: Feb 1

On Saturday, Feb 3, 2024, Orlando will welcome the nation's elite male and female long-distance runners to compete at the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Marathon for the chance to represent Team USA at the Olympic Games Paris 2024, as a result there will be road closures and diversions throughout the area.


Streets around the City of Orlando will be closed Saturday for the U.S. Olympic Team Trials Marathon - Get Full Details!

This weekend, Downtown Orlando will host America’s best male and female runners for the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Marathon on Saturday, February 3, 2024, at 10 am. The course runs through downtown Orlando and its surrounding neighborhoods and consists of one 2.2-mile loop and three 8-mile loops


Over the last several months, the City of Orlando and event partners have been gearing up to host the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in downtown Orlando, and part of this effort has included providing information related to the event that may impact traffic patterns, pedestrian movement, detours and parking for both those attending and not attending.   


Orlando to host US Olympic Marathon trials - Full Details!

In advance of Saturday’s race, the city wants to remind the community of those potential transportation impacts and how to contact the city before, during or after the race with any questions or concerns. 


ROAD CLOSURES:


UPDATE – Transportation Advisory:  U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Marathon

February 1, 2024 - Effective Friday, February 2, 2024 at 12 p.m. Rosalind Avenue between Central Boulevard and Robinson Street will fully close in preparation for the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Marathon and remain closed until 10 a.m. on Sunday, February 4, 2024.  It was not initially anticipated that this section of roadway would be fully closed until 5 a.m. on Saturday, February 3, 2024, and that it would reopen at 4 p.m. later that day, but event needs require a full closure sooner and longer than anticipated.


For the 2.2-mile race loop, roadways will be fully closed from 5 am until 12 pm on Saturday, February 3, 2024.  


For the 8-mile race loop, roadways will be fully closed from 5 am until 4 pm on Saturday, February 3, 2024.


How to get around on February 3, 2024

The course map has been divided into specific community zones and levels relative to the location of residences or businesses along the impacted roadways.


Information regarding the road closures, alternative routes, parking options and pedestrian crossing areas are specific to locations within these zones and levels.


Zones refer specificaly to the location along the route (link to zone map) and levels indicate the resident or business’ vehicular access to that address.


Levels are as follows: 


Level 1 Designation: The business or residence is along the marathon route and road closures will restrict all vehicular access to the location during designated event hours. 


Level 2 Designation: The business or residence is along the marathon route and at least one of the vehicular access points to the location will be affected by road closures. However, vehicles will be able to access the business or residence through an access point not along the route. 


Level 3 Designation: There may be delays and detours impacting vehicular access to the location, however, vehicular, and pedestrian access to the location during the event will be maintained. 


Orlando to host US Olympic Marathon trials - Full Details!

NO vehicle access or cross traffic between 5 am and 12 pm


Magnolia Avenue between Robinson Street and Colonial Drive

Colonial Drive between Orange Avenue and Magnolia Avenue

Orange Avenue between Colonial Drive and Robinson Street

Amelia Street between Magnolia Avenue and Orange Avenue

Concord Street between Magnolia Avenue and Orange Avenue

Livingston Street between Ruth Lane and Orange Avenue


NO vehicle access or cross traffic between 5 am and 4pm.


Rosalind Avenue between South Lucerne Circle and Robinson Street

Anderson Street between Orange Avenue and Lake Underhill Road

South Street between Orange Avenue to Lake Underhill Road 

Robinson Street between Orange Avenue and Summerlin Avenue

Jefferson Street between Palmetto to Orange Avenue

Washington Street between Rosalind Avenue and Orange Avenue

Palmetto Avenue between Magnolia Boulevard and Jefferson Street

Church Street between Rosalind Avenue and Orange Avenue

Central Boulevard between South Eola Drive and Orange Avenue

Robinson Street between Summerlin Avenue and Rosalind Avenue

Eola Drive between Robinson Street and Central Boulevard

Pine Street between Rosalind Avenue and Orange Avenue

Wall Street between Magnolia Boulevard and Rosalind Avenue

North Court Avenue between Church Street and Washington Street

South Street between Orange Avenue to Lake Underhill Road 

Jackson Street between Rosalind Ave to Orange Avenue

Crystal Lake Drive between Anderson Street and Livingston Street

Livingston Street between Crystal Lake Drive and Bumby Avenue

Bumby Avenue between Livingston and Robinson Street

Robinson Street between Bumby Avenue and Crystal Lake Drive

Intersection of Gore Street and Orange Avenue 

Lucerne Circle between Main Lane and Delaney Avenue

Lake Underhill Road between Anderson Street and South Street  

Primrose Drive between Anderson Street and South Street 

Bumby Avenue between Anderson Street and South Street 

S Mills Avenue between Anderson Street and South Street 

Summerlin Avenue between Anderson Street and South Street 

Maguire Boulevard between Livingston Street and Robinson Street  

Primrose Drive between Livingston Street and Robinson Street  

Festival Way between Livingston Street and Robinson Street  

Graham Avenue between Livingston Street and Robinson Street


408 EXIT AND ENTRANCE CLOSURES:

SR 408 will remain open throughout the event, but all downtown exits and entrances from Lake Underhill Road to Orange Avenue in both directions will be closed from 5 am. to 4 pm on Saturday, February 3, 2024.


The following SR 408 eastbound exits and entrances will be closed: 

Exit 10 B Orange Avenue Downtown  

Exit 11B Mills Avenue 

Exit 12 A Bumby Avenue 

Entrances on Anderson Street between South Street and Lake Underhill Road 


To detour, use Exit 10A, I-4 West to Michigan Avenue or Exit 13, South Conway Road. 


The following SR 408 westbound exits and entrances will be closed: 

Exit 12B Crystal Lake Drive 

Exit 11B Mills Avenue 

Exit 11A Rosalind Avenue 

Entrance on South Street at Bumby Avenue 


To detour use Exit 10B, I-4 East.  


PARKING FOR THE EVENT:

Click here for a list of lots and garages downtown. Click here to reserve a spot in a downtown lot or garage (availability is limited)


PEDESTRIAN ACCESS:

All pedestrian crossings along the race course will be open until 9 a.m.


Beginning at 9 a.m., all pedestrian traffic will be limited to the dedicated pedestrian crossings listed below: 


South Street and Orange Avenue 

South Street and Rosalind Avenue 

Summerlin Avenue and Anderson Street 

Summerlin Avenue and South Street 

Mills Avenue and Anderson Street 

Mills Avenue and South Street 

Bumby Avenue and Anderson Street 

Bumby Avenue and South Street 

Bumby Avenue and Livingston Street 

Bumby Avenue and Robinson Avenue 


Robinson Street from Orange Avenue to Rosalind Avenue will reopen for pedestrian traffic at 10:30 a.m.  


After the race, pedestrian crossings are expected to reopen at approximately 2 p.m. once runners have cleared the area (unless otherwise noted above). 


Vehicular access will continue to be limited until the road closures have been lifted.  Please note, scooters and bicycles are also not permitted. 


PARKING ALTERNATIVES:

Because vehicular access to residences or businesses may be impacted due to event road closures, it may be necessary for some to relocate their vehicle outside of the road cl

osures if they should need vehicular access during event hours.  


CONTACT:

The city and its event partners have also established a website, and a dedicated email and hotline so that residents and businesses can access impacts specific to their location and contact the event producers and city directly with any questions as it relates to transportation plans for the event.


This access is available now and leading up to the event. 


Hotline – 407-385-1511 


On the day of the event, the community can call the city’s Emergency Information Center at 407-246-4357 (HELP) from 5 am to 1 pm with questions or concerns regarding the race. 


More detailed information on road closures, parking and pedestrian access can be found at Orlando.gov/olympicroadclosures


On the day of the event, the community can call the city’s Emergency Information Center at 321-235-5438 from 7 am to 1 pm with questions or concerns regarding the race. 



The road closures will also affect various bus routes operated by Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX).


Roads will be closed from 2 am - 4pm, for the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Marathon. As a result, various routes will be detoured during this event.


Visit Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority for details about this detour including services affected and detours.


Streets around the City of Orlando will be closed Saturday for the U.S. Olympic Team Trials Marathon - Get Full Details!

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