Harwich Police Traffic Advisory: Irish Pub Road Race

Saturday from 9:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (approximate times)
Harwich Police provided this map of The Irish Pub Road Race routes (HPD courtesy image)

From the Harwich Police Department:

TRAFFIC ALERT
IRISH PUB ROAD RACE

On August 5, 2017 from approximately 9:45 a.m. until approximately 12:30 P.M. traffic in the West Harwich and North Harwich area will be subject to several detours due to the Irish Pub Road Race. 

The following major detours will be in place:

Route 28 in West Harwich will be closed to traffic due to the Irish Pub Road Race. The road closure will occur from Route 28 @ Belmont Road to Route 28 @ Brooks Road. 

Great Western Road in North Harwich will be closed to eastbound traffic from Depot Street @ Great Western Road to Lothrop Avenue. 

Lothrop Avenue will be closed to southbound traffic from Great Western Road. 

THE EXCEPTION TO THIS WILL BE FOR VEHICLES ATTEMPTING TO ACCESS THE BUSINESSES OR YOUR RESIDENCE IN THE AREA OF THE DETOURS. VEHICLES WILL BE ALLOWED TO ACCESS THESE BUSINESSES AND RESIDENCES. PLEASE NOTIFY THE DETAIL OFFICER OF THE NEED TO ACCESS THE LOCAL BUSINESS OR YOUR RESIDENCE.

RACE ROUTE: Route 28 start in front of Irish Pub, west to North Road. Right on North Road (northbound). Take a left onto Smith Street (westbound) to Depot Road West. Take right onto Depot Road West (northbound) to Great Western Road. Take right on Great Western Road (eastbound) to Lothrop Avenue. Take right onto Lothrop Avenue (southbound) to Route 28. Take right onto Route 28 (westbound) to finish in front of Irish Pub.
 
[See clickable map below]

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