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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

IronMan Coeur d"Alene

We have our poster schedule and because we are required to be at our gate from  sun up to sun down, only one of us can go and watch. My wife will be at Fighting Creek for the bike part of the race, because they'll be riding up and back by there. Super excited she is, my wife has done many mini ironman races in her pass youth. Look for the post with pictures - this event takes place June 23rd and we wish all safe adventures.

http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/events/ironman/coeur-dalene.aspx#axzz2WgMyWgT2


 


TRAFFIC IMPACT


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Highway 95 South from Northwest blvd to
Missile Base Road (5 a.m. – 6 p.m.)





Traffic on US95 will be impacted by the Ironman
Coeur d’Alene. All roads will remain open, but traffic
will be delayed due to flagger controlled intersections
along the course from Missile Base Road, just north
of the US95 - SH58 interchange, at milepost 408.26
to US95 bridge across Northwest Blvd. at milepost
429.61. Northbound traffic on US95 will be diverted to
the southbound lanes creating two way traffic in the
southbound lanes between these mileposts. The bike
course will take place in the northbound lanes of Hwy
95 with no vehicle traffic allowed in the northbound
lanes between these mileposts. All major intersecting
roads to US95 will be flagger controlled crossings
which could cause delays. Speed limits on US95 will
be reduced to 45mph during race hours and parking
on the shoulder will be prohibited. Also, wide load
restrictions will be in place on this portion of US95.




Coeur d Alene Lake Drive from Sherman to Higgins
Point Boat Launch (5 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.)





Traffic will be impacted on Coeur d Alene Lake Drive
from Sherman to the Higgins Point Boat Launch during
the bike portion of Ironman Coeur d Alene. Peak hours
will be from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be traffic delays
with limited access as cyclist will be in both north and
southbound lanes.