If you are planning to come into the city or leave on Sunday morning you may want to figure out a plan because lots of roads will be shut down and you know how that goes!
According to SFGATE: 'The race starts at 5:30 a.m. near the Ferry Building, heads north along Fisherman’s Wharf, crosses the Golden Gate Bridge and returns, then travels through Golden Gate Park and the AT&T Park area on the way back to the Embarcadero.
Runners have been given a six-hour course limit.
The map above shows the route. Further details:
- Golden Gate Bridge: Closed to all northbound traffic from 6 to 9 a.m. Southbound lanes will remain open, but delays are expected from 1 to 10 a.m. From midnight to 10 a.m., there will be no access to the bridge through the Presidio.
- Golden Gate Park: Affected roads will be closed from 5 to 11 a.m. Crossover and Kezar drives and Park Presidio Boulevard will remain open.
- The Great Highway will be open in both directions.
- AT&T Park area: Roads in the ballpark area will be closed until about noon, including northbound King Street between Second and Third. During that time, people driving to the 1:05 game against the Padres will be routed around the course.
- Crossing the course: Cross traffic will be allowed as the flow of runners permits on 27th Avenue in the Richmond District; on Haight Street at the Steiner and Folsom intersections; and on 16th Street between Valencia and De Haro.
Significant delays can be expected all along the course. Highway 101 and Interstates 280 and 80 are not expected to be affected.'