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St. Anthony's Triathlon will cause road closures in St. Petersburg

ST. PETERSBURG — Expect traffic delays and road closures this weekend as the annual St. Anthony's Triathlon hosts thousands of athletes and spectators. Expect intermittent closures from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday.

Roads to be affected are:

• First Avenue S between 28th and First streets

• Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street between 18th Avenue S and Pinellas Point Drive S

• Portions of First, Third, Fourth and Sixth streets between First Avenue S and Pinellas Point Drive S

• Brightwaters Boulevard will be closed between Snell Isle Boulevard and the turnaround in the 1900 block of Brightwaters

• Bayshore Drive will be closed between Fifth Avenue N and Fifth Avenue S

• North Shore Drive NE and Coffee Pot Boulevard will be closed between Seventh and 22nd avenues N

• Fifth Avenue S (Dalí Boulevard) will be closed from First to Fourth streets

• Pinellas Point Drive S will be closed (drivers will be allowed to cross when safe to do so)

• Snell Isle Bridge will have limited vehicle traffic

Most roads will be open, but traffic will be delayed intermittently and residents should expect delays.

St. Anthony's Triathlon will cause road closures in St. Petersburg 04/24/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 3:55pm]
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