The Crystal City Twilighter 5K race will result in a number of road closures Saturday night.
The race is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, and is billed as “the area’s favorite summer twilight race.” The race registration fee includes a free beverage at a post-race party for those 21 and over.
Today, the Arlington County Police announced the following road closures, to go into effect Saturday evening.
The following lane closures will be in effect between 6:30 p.m. and 11:15 p.m.:
- Northbound lanes of Crystal Drive between 23rd Street and 20th Street.
- Southbound lanes of Crystal Drive between 23rd Street and 20th Street.
- A single southbound access lane from 20th Street to the parking garage entrance at 2100 Crystal Drive will be provided.
- A single southbound exit lane will be provided at the 2200 Crystal Drive exit with access to 23rd Street.
Note, there will be parking and limited access restrictions in the horseshoe driveway at 2121 Crystal Drive starting at noon.
The following lane closures will be in effect between 8:00 p.m. and 9:45 p.m.:
- All lanes of Crystal Drive between Route 1 and 23rd Street.
- Northbound lanes of Crystal Drive between 20th Street and 15th Street.
- One southbound lane of Crystal Drive between 20th Street and 15th Street. Western-most southbound lane between 15th and 20th Streets to remain open to provide parking garage access.
- Northbound lanes of Potomac Avenue between Crystal Drive and the Potomac Yard movie theater.
- One southbound lane of Potomac Avenue between 33rd Street and the Potomac Yard movie theater. Western-most southbound lane to remain open to provide parking garage access and circulation.
- 33rd Street between Potomac Avenue and Crystal Drive.
The following lane closures will be in effect between 8:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.:
- Horseshoe driveway at 2345 Crystal Drive – access to the horseshoe driveway at 2345 Crystal Drive will be accessible until approximately 8:30 p.m. and is scheduled to reopen by 9:00 p.m. at the latest.
Numerous parking garages will also be impacted by the closures.
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