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Pittsburgh Public Safety Gears Up for Annual Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon

PITTSBURGH, PA  (May 5, 2023) – Ready, set … lace up those running shoes! On Sunday, May 7th, more than 30,000 people will take to the road in Pittsburgh for the Pittsburgh Marathon. 

Additional road closures will occur Saturday for the 5K and Kids Marathon. You can find a map of those closures and timing here. 

Sunday will bring the largest number of road closures, affecting multiple neighborhoods from early morning hours until completion of the event. You can find those closures and hours here.  

For a full list of closures and some alternate routes to travel through the City of Pittsburgh, please visit https://www.thepittsburghmarathon.com/pages/getting-around-town  

Public Safety bureaus (EMS, Fire, Police and Emergency Management), City officials and partnering agencies will stage along the course and across the city to ensure everyone stays safe while having fun. As always, if you see anything suspicious, call 911. 

Public Safety Director Lee Schmidt says Pittsburgh is excited to host the running community from Western Pennsylvania and beyond. 

“This is the second Pittsburgh Marathon since the Pandemic, and we’re looking forward to welcoming even more runners and visitors back to our city,” Schmidt said. “As large events continue to regain momentum, there is no better way to celebrate that than with runners as they cross the finish line." 

Published

05.05.2023
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Contacts

Amanda Mueller
Deputy Public Information Officer
Public Safety
412-510-6314
amanda.mueller@pittsburghpa.gov