Cars along path of Susan G. Komen race will be ticketed and towed Sunday
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- According to the City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works there will be some parking changes and road closures for the annual Komen Southeast Wisconsin Race for the Cure on Sunday, September 24.
All streets along the route will be barricaded at approximately 7:00 a.m. until noon.
The event starts at 9:15 a.m. at the Milwaukee Art Museum on N. Lincoln Memorial Drive before going North on Lincoln Memorial Drive to East Lagoon Drive. Runners take a U-turn and head back south on N. Lincoln Memorial Dr. to the Mason St. access road West over the Mason Street bridge to N. Prospect Avenue then South on Prospect to E. Wisconsin Ave. Runners will then go West on Wisconsin to N. Jackson St. and South on Jackson to E. St. Paul Ave running west to N. Jefferson St. then South on Jefferson St. to E. Chicago St. and finally East on Chicago to North Harbor Drive and North on Harbor Dr. to E. Clybourn to finish at the Summerfest Grounds.
Motorists and parkers should be especially aware of temporary parking restrictions along the run/walk routes. Cars must be moved off the routes to help ensure the safety of all run/walk participants.
All vehicles still parked on the run/walk routes will be ticketed and towed.
In addition, I-794 on/off ramps accessing the Hoan Bridge may be closed at times for the event.