Published on Oct 17, 2022
ARLINGTON, Va. – The 47th annual Marine Corps Marathon (MCM), a MCM 50K, and a MCM 10K will take place on Sunday, Oct 30, 2022. The 50k will start during 7:15 a.m., followed by a wheelchair/hand cycle multiplication during 7:50 a.m., and a Marathon during 7:55 a.m., all on Route 110 in Arlington County, Virginia. The Arlington County Police Department, Virginia State Police, United States Park Police, and Pentagon Force Protection Agency will tighten countless roadways in Arlington in support of these events. Additionally, a Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department and United States Park Police will tighten roadways in Washington, D.C., in support of competition operations.
The following highway closures will take place in Arlington County on competition day:
From approximately 3:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
- Fort Myer Drive, from 19th Street N. to N. Meade Street
- N. Lynn Street, from 19th Street N. to N. Meade Street
- N. Moore Street, from 19th Street N. to Wilson Boulevard
- Wilson Boulevard, from N. Oak Street to Southbound Route 110
- 17th Street N., from Clarendon Boulevard to N. Lynn Street
- N. Oak Street, from Clarendon Boulevard to 17th Street N.
- Northbound lanes of N. Oak Street, from Wilson Boulevard to 18th Street N.
- N. Nash Street, from Wilson Boulevard to 17th Street N.
- N. Kent Street, from 1691 N. Kent Street to Wilson Boulevard
- Fairfax Drive, from N. Pierce Street to Fort Myer Drive
- N. Meade Street, from Fairfax Drive to N. Marshall Drive
- N. Marshall Drive, from N. Meade Street to Route 110
- Southbound Route 110, from I-66 to Washington Boulevard
- Northbound Route 110, from Route 1 to I-66/Wilson Boulevard
- S. Fern Street, from 12th Street S. to Rotary Road
- S. Eads Street, from 12th Street S. to Rotary Road
- Army Navy Drive, from S. Hayes Street to 12th Street S.
- Washington Boulevard, from Route 27/Northbound I-395 separate to George Washington Parkway/Boundary Channel
- I-395 South exit 8B, ramp to Route 110 North
- I-395 North trip ramp into I-395 North HOT lanes
- I-395 South HOT lanes during Route 1
- I-395 North HOT lanes during Seminary Road
- I-395 North Exit 8B to Pentagon/Route 27
- I-395 South Exit 8A to Pentagon South Parking
- Eastbound Washington Boulevard ramp to Eastbound Route 27
From approximately 6:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.
- 19th Street N., from N. Lynn Street to Fort Myer Drive
- Fort Myer Drive, from Key Bridge to Westbound Langston Boulevard
- Fort Myer Drive, from 19th Street N. to Langston Boulevard
- N. Moore Street, from 19th Street N. to Langston Boulevard
- Langston Boulevard (Eastbound lanes only), from N. Lynn Street to N. Kirkwood Road
- Spout Run Parkway (Westbound lanes only), from Langston Boulevard to George Washington Parkway
- N. Lorcom Lane, from N. Edgewood Street to Spout Run Parkway
- N. Lynn Street, from 19th Street N. to Key Bridge
- N. Rhodes Street, from Key Boulevard to Eastbound Langston Boulevard
- N. Veitch Street, from 19th Street N. to Eastbound Langston Boulevard
From approximately 6:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.
- Westbound 15th Street S., from S. Eads Street to S. Bell Street
- Ramp from Southbound Richmond Highway to 15th Street S.
- Ramp from Northbound Richmond Highway to 15th Street S.
- Southbound Richmond Highway, from Southbound I-395 to a 1200 retard of Richmond Highway
From approximately 6:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
- Fort Myer Drive, from Westbound Langston Boulevard to Eastbound Langston Boulevard
- N. Nash Street, from Westbound Langston Boulevard to Eastbound Langston Boulevard
- Long Bridge Drive, from Boundary Drive to 12th Street S.
- 6th Street S., from Long Bridge Drive to S. Ball Street
- S. Ball Street, from 6th Street S. to 10th Street S.
- 10th Street S., from Long Bridge Drive to S. Ball Street
- 12th Street S., from S. Eads Street to Crystal Drive
- Crystal Drive, from 12th Street S. to 23rd Street S.
- 15th Street S., from S. Bell Street to Crystal Drive
- 18th Street S., from S. Bell Street to Crystal Drive
- 20th Street S., from S. Bell Street to Crystal Drive
- I-395 North Exit 10A to Boundary Channel Drive
- I-395 South Exit 10A to Boundary Channel Drive
- I-395 South Exit 9 to Clark Street
At approximately 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, Oct 29, 2022, Southbound Route 110 will be sealed from Washington Boulevard to Route 1 and will re-open during 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, Oct 30, 2022.
The listed re-opening times are estimate and will be commanded by a march cleanup efforts. Other roads not listed above might be sealed during law coercion option in a seductiveness of open safety.
Street parking in a area will be limited and motorists should be on a surveillance for proxy “No Parking” signs. Illegally parked vehicles in defilement of a posted signage might be ticketed and towed, if your car is towed from a open street, call a Emergency Communications Center during 703-558-2222.
Getting Around on Race Day
The Marine Corps Marathon recommends that runners arrive as early as probable before to start time in sequence to ensue by a confidence checkpoint, dump off bags, and line adult in a suitable corral. For additional information about removing to a competition start and finish, revisit a event website.
Runners, spectators, and volunteers are strongly speedy to use Metro, ridesharing or other forms of multimodal transportation. The Metro will open during 5:00 a.m. on competition day. The closest Metro entrance to a start of a MCM and MCM 50K are a Pentagon and Pentagon City Stations (Blue and Yellow lines). The closest Metro entrance to a Finish Festival is a Rosslyn hire (Blue, Orange, or Silver lines).
Runners nearing by car are speedy to make use of Shuttle Services offering by a Marine Corps Marathon or a Kiss and Run drop-off plcae nearby a Fashion Centre during Pentagon City.
Designated rideshare drop-off and pick-up zones have been determined during a following locations:
Morning events – 1100-1200 retard of S. Hayes Street
Afternoon events – 1900 retard of N. Lynn Street
Finish Festival – 1900 retard of N. Lynn Street
NOTE: E-Scooters and bicycles will not be authorised inside certain limited areas of a event, riders might be destined by law coercion to possibly spin around or park a apparatus and travel to their destination.
Motorists should design poignant delays in and around a racecourse. If we are travelling to a eventuality or in a area, concede additional time, find swap routes, or implement open or multimodal travel options to revoke highway congestion.
Safety is Everyone’s Responsibility
Law coercion via a National Capital Region work collectively to keep runners, spectators and volunteers protected on competition day, however, reserve is everyone’s responsibility. The open is speedy to be observant and attentive, quite in areas with vast crowds of people. Suspicious behavior, items, vehicles and unattended packages should be reported immediately to military for investigation. Spectators and runners might news information directly to military crew stationed via a competition track or by job 703-558-2222 or 911 in an emergency.
Register for Arlington Alert to accept puncture alerts and other critical information from Arlington County Government. In a eventuality of a weather-related puncture or variable circumstance, follow military direction.