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New Haven streets restricted for triathlon

Lanes will be restricted on six New Haven streets from 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday during the Jury Kids Triathlon, the community's engineering department has announced.

The lane restrictions are to be on:

  • Highland Terrace Drive between Glencoe Boulevard and Aberdeen Lane;
  • Aberdeen Lane between Highland Terrace Drive and Scots Lane;
  • Scots Lane between Aberdeen Lane and Dundee Drive, and between Berwick Lane and Glencoe Boulevard;
  • Dundee Drive between Scots and Berwick lanes;
  • Berwick Lane between Dundee Drive and Scots Lane; and
  • Glencoe Boulevard between Scots Lane and Highland Terrace Drive.