The Rock ‘N’ Roll Arizona Marathon race will bring in a host of road closures along with Scottsdale’s typical closures on Arizona Loop 101 and Hayden Road.
The event will host a marathon and a half marathon that will race through Scottsdale. The marathon begins in downtown Phoenix and involves portions of Scottsdale while the half marathon begins in Tempe, loops through south Scottsdale before finishing in Tempe.
Scottsdale closures will include the following:
Other non-race related restrictions include McDonald Drive from Pima Road to Cattletrack Road starting Jan. 27 and continuing until Feb. 10. McDonald Drive will see multiple lane strictions on weekdays during that span.
The Sweetwater Avenue and 100th Street intersection will see multiple lane restrictions from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays from Jan. 21-31 for Americans with Disabilities Act ramp work.
Starting Jan. 20, there will be restrictions on northbound Hayden Road from McKellips Road to Moreland Street, running until Jan. 31. This thoroughfare will reduce to one lane for utility work.
The Legacy Boulevard and Hayden Road intersection will also see multiple lane restrictions through Jan. 24. There will be more lane restrictions at the McDonald Drive and Hayden Road intersection from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 a.m. weekdays until Jan. 28 for utility work.
The Loop 101 widening will continue in north Scottsdale with shifted traffic between Scottsdale and Hayden roads as crews build a new bridge over the future Miller Road extension. This shift, which has no plans for a reduction lanes, will be in place until August 2020.