Sun Trolley Detours on 5/2: Annual Color Run

Hey Sun Trolley Passengers – our trolleys on the Las Olas Link Routes will follow the advised detours in conjunction with the 3rd Annual Color Run on the morning of Saturday May 2nd – full details about road closures are below (provided by the Fort Lauderdale Police Department):

Color RunThe 3rd Annual Color Run returns to the streets of Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, May 2nd. Motorists are encouraged to carefully review the listed road closures and should expect traffic delays from 6:00 A.M. until approximately 11:00 A.M.

The race is tentatively scheduled to begin at 7:30 A.M. Race organizers are expecting approximately 6,000 runners and walkers to participate in this year’s event.

Street Closures and Detours: (http://thecolorrun.com/ft-lauderdale/)

 Saturday, May 2nd 

 3:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.: East Las Olas Boulevard will be closed from Andrews Avenue to Southeast 3rd Avenue. Las Olas River House traffic will be allowed intermittent access when needed.

 6:30 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.: 

 Southeast 1st Avenue will be closed from Southeast 2nd Street to Huizenga Plaza.

 Eastbound traffic on Broward Boulevard will be merged into a single lane beginning at the intersection of Southwest 3rd Avenue.

 Southbound traffic on Federal Highway, at the intersection of Broward Boulevard, will be detoured west onto Broward Boulevard and then south onto Northwest 7th Avenue.

 Eastbound and westbound traffic on Davie Boulevard, between South Federal Highway and Southeast 3rd Avenue, will be merged into single lanes.

 Northbound and southbound traffic on Southeast 3rd Avenue, between Davie Boulevard and Southeast 6th Street, will also be merged into single lanes.

11:00 A.M.: Projected time that all listed detours and closures will be re-opened and returned to normal operations.

Event organizers have placed electronic message boards throughout the route to inform motorists of the above closures.

The Fort Lauderdale Police Department invites the public to follow them on Twitter (@FLPD411) to stay up to date on this and other current events, crime trends, notable advisories, etc.

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