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New Haven restricts 13 streets during 10K

Thirteen New Haven streets will have lane restrictions from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Saturday during the New Haven 10k race, the community's engineering department said today.

The restrictions are on:

  • Glencoe Boulevard from Jury Park to Scots Lane;
  • Scots Lane between Glencoe Boulevard and Aberdeen Lane;
  • Aberdeen Lane between Scots Lane and Green Road;
  • Green Road between Aberdeen Lane and Paulding Road;
  • Moeller Road between Green Road and Norland Lane/Straford Road;
  • Norland Lane/Straford Road between Moeller and Werling roads;
  • Werling Road between Norland Lane/Straford Road and Chippewa Gap;
  • Chippawa Gap;
  • Cherokee Run;
  • Iroquois Tree;
  • Shawnee Trail;
  • Pawnee Way; and
  • Arrow Pass.

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