Veterans

March 31, 2017
 

Road closures in Palmdale for AV Vets4Veterans Half Marathon

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The following roads will be closed April 1, 2017, in Palmdale, Calif., to facilitate the Antelope Valley Vets4Veterans half marathon.

15th West — Complete closure between Rancho & Ave O-8 from 4-11 a.m.
 Avenue O8 — Complete closure between 15th West & 10th West from 4-11 a.m.
 10th West, expect delays between Ave O-8 & Ave O-4 from 5-11 a.m.
 Avenue O-4 — Complete closure between 10th West and Jody Lane from 5-11 a.m.
 Jody Lane — Complete closure between Ave O-4 & Ave O from 5-11  a.m.
 St, Andrews and La Quinta — Local access only from 5-11 a.m.
Avenue O — Lane shift from 10th West to Delta Lane. East bound traffic stops at Delta Lane, west bound traffic allowed from Division to 10th West (5-11 a.m.)
 Division Street — Complete closure between Avenue O and Rancho from 5-10 a.m.
Rancho — #2 west bound lane closed between Sierra and Division from 5-10 a.m.
Sierra Hwy — #2 southbound lane, closed between Rancho and Avenue N from 5-10 a.m.
Avenue N — Complete closure between Sierra and 10th West from 5-10 a.m.




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