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Weekend street closures: 2019 Capitol 10K

The streets will run with runners

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Aside from a certain spring festival, most Austin street closures this time of year are of the athletic sort—runs, walks, 10Ks, marathons, bike rides, marches, triathlons, and that sort of thing.

This week’s run is Sunday’s Statesman Capitol 10K Race—one of the most popular and venerable of the lot and the largest 10K in Texas. You’ll find times, closure routes, and a map below.

Sunday, April 7

Street closures 4 a.m. to 11 a.m.

CONGRESS AVENUE BRIDGE

Between Riverside Drive and Cesar Chavez Street

CONGRESS AVENUE

Between Cesar Chavez Street and 11th Street

CESAR CHAVEZ

Between Brazos Street and Colorado Street

11TH STREET

(Partial Closure)

Between Lavaca Street and San Jacinto Boulevard

One eastbound lane will remain open between Brazos and San Jacinto.

2ND STREET - 10TH STREET

Between Colorado Street and Brazos Street

5th Street and 6th Street will close closer to 8:00 a.m.

EAST 12TH STREET - EAST 14TH STREET

Between San Jacinto Boulevard and Trinity Street

15TH STREET

Between Trinity Street and Enfield Road

SAN JACINTO BOULEVARD

Between East 11th Street and East 15th Street

BRAZOS, LAVACA, GUADALUPE, COLORADO, SAN ANTONIO, NUECES, RIO GRANDE, WEST

Between 14th Street and 16th Street

WEST RIVERSIDE DRIVE

Between South 1st Street and Lee Barton Drive

SAN JACINTO BOULEVARD

Between East 11th and East 15th

ENFIELD ROAD

Between West 15th Street and West Lynn Street

WEST CESAR CHAVEZ STREET

Between Guadalupe Street and MoPac Boulevard

SOUTH 1ST STREET BRIDGE

Between West Cesar Chavez Street and West Riverside Drive

WEST RIVERSIDE DRIVE

Between South 1st Street and Lee Barton Drive