P3R announced road closures related to the 2018 EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler, scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 4. More than 4,000 participants from 32 states and three countries are expected to participate in the sixth edition of Pittsburgh’s favorite fall road race.
The 2018 EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler course is similar to courses from years past, taking participants on a scenic tour of four of Pittsburgh's more unique neighborhoods and across three of its golden bridges. The race will:
- Start on West Carson Street near Station Square
- Continue through the West End, North Side, Strip District and Downtown
- Finish Downtown in front of EQT Plaza, on the corner of 7th Street and Liberty Avenue
For the first time in the history of the race, participants will run past two of Pittsburgh’s iconic sports stadiums – Heinz Field and PNC Park. Click here
to view the 2018 course map.
Road closures for the event will take place from 6:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 4, with a rolling opening as runners pass through each neighborhood. In addition to these closures, cars will not be able to park on roads along the race route starting at 4:00 a.m.
Residents and businesses located on or near the EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler course are urged to plan ahead. Click here
to view the 2018 road closure map.
About Pittsburgh Three Rivers Marathon, Inc. (P3R)
P3R is a nonprofit organization that is passionate about promoting a love of running and enhancing community access to health & fitness education and activities. Best known for organizing the acclaimed annual DICK’S Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon, we also manage a variety of other high-quality races, events, and health and fitness programs throughout the Pittsburgh region. While many of our races attract some of the nation’s highest-profile professional athletes, we offer activities for all ages and ability levels. The only criterion for participation is a desire to be happy, healthy and active! Read more at: P3R.org
About the EQT Foundation
The EQT Foundation was established by EQT Corporation, the top natural gas producer in the country, and is committed to the social and economic vitality of our operating regions. The EQT Foundation believes in meaningful engagement with the communities it calls home, and takes great pride in the role as both a responsible and responsive corporate citizen. The EQT Foundation has developed strong partnerships with a variety of nonprofit organizations to enrich the diversity and viability of our communities, sustain the principles of continuous learning, and focus on environmental protection efforts. Read more at: www.eqt.com/our-communities/eqt-foundation