Workforce Team Challenge 2017 parking restrictions, road closures

The annual CDPHP Workforce Team Challenge starts at 6:25 pm Thursday in Albany. Albany police say they're expecting more than 9,000 runners and walkers for the race. (Registration is closed for the race -- it's at its 10,000 participant limit, according to the website.) There will be a bunch of road closures and parking restrictions starting earlier in the day in the area of the State Museum and Washington Park...

Via the Albany Police Department:

No parking, noon-8 pm
+ All roads in Washington Park -- both sides of roadways
+ Madison Ave.: both sides from Eagle to Knox
+ Madison Ave.: North side from Lark to Lake
+ Lake Ave.: both sides from Madison to Western
+ Western Ave.: both sides from Lake to Washington (Sprague)
+ Sprague Place: both sides of Sprague into the park
+ S. Swan St.: east side from Jefferson St to Madison Ave (Media Vehicles)
+ State St.: south side from Empire State Plaza entrance west 6 spaces (Event Service Vehicles)
+ State St.: south side from Empire State Plaza entrance east 11 spaces (IFO Justice Building for OGS buses)
+ S. Swan St: east side from Madison Ave north 3 spaces

No parking May 17 at 8 am until May 19 at 8 pm
+ Lancaster Street, north side from Lark Street west 8 spaces

Road Closures
+ Washington Park-all roadways (4 pm-8 pm)
+ Madison Ave.: Eagle to Swan (4 pm-11 pm)
+ Madison Ave.: between Swan and Lake Avenue (4pm-8 pm)
+ Swan: from Elm to Hamilton (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Dove: from Hamilton to Jefferson (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Lark: from Hamilton to Madison (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Delaware: from Jefferson to Madison (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Knox: from Dana to Madison (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Lake: from Madison to Washington (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Hudson Avenue from Quail Street to S. Lake Avenue (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Elberon Place from Quail Street to S. Lake Avenue (5:30 pm-8 pm
+ Western: from Cortland to Washington (Sprague Place). (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Thurlow Terrace from Western Avenue to the south Dead End (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Englewood Place from Western Avenue to the south Dead End (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Robin Street from Washington Avenue to Western Avenue (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Sprague Place from Western Avenue to State Street (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ State: from Robin to Henry Johnson Blvd. (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Willett Street from Madison to State (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Lancaster Street from Lark to Willett (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Hudson Avenue from Lark to Willett (5:30 pm-8 pm)
+ Jefferson Street from Dove to Swan (5:30 pm-8 pm)

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