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Road closures for Ironman Wisconsin

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MADISON (WKOW) -- Ironman Wisconsin is coming back to Madison this weekend, and that means multiple roads will be closed.

Thousands are expected to attend the triathlon as race participants and spectators on Sunday. In addition to the large crowds, many campus and downtown streets will be closed on Sunday to accommodate the biking and running portion of the race.   

Officials remind everyone to plan ahead and give yourself plenty of time for travel in and around the campus and downtown area on Sunday as there will be delays.

A complete list of street closings in Madison can be found here.

Street closings for Sunday on campus and adjacent to campus include the following:
  • Spring St. (from Mills St. to Randall St.) - 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
  • W. Dayton St. (from Wisconsin Ave. to State St.) - 11:30 a.m. to midnight
  • Randall St. (from Regent St. to Monroe St.) - noon to midnight
  • Monroe St. (from Regent St. to Randall St.) - noon to midnight
  • Breese Terrace eastbound (from Regent St. to University Ave.) - noon to midnight
  • Walnut Street - noon to midnight
  • Observatory Dr. (from Babcock Dr. to N. Park St.) - noon to midnight
  • N. Park St. (from Lakeshore Path to State St.) - noon to midnight
  • State St. (from Gilman St. to Lake St.) - noon to midnight
  • Langdon St. (from Henry St. to Park St.) - noon to midnight
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