Course Maps and Traffic Information
Avoid Delays, Use Alternate Routes
Estimated Road Opening Times
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The 10th Annual Memorial Hermann 10 for Texas 10-mile road race is set for Saturday, October 10, 2015. On this day, up to 3,100 runners will race through The Woodlands, as they make their way to the finish line in Market Street. Please use this information to best navigate through the community on Race Day.
To ensure runner and spectator safety, Montgomery County Sheriff's Office will be responsible for closing and re-opening lanes.
There will be deputy officers at every intersection along the race route. See list below. Please follow their instructions.
The deputy officers will allow cars through when there is a safe opportunity.
Please allow extra time if you have somewhere to be on Race Day. Traffic flow should only be interrupted for 15 to 20 minutes until 10:30 a.m.
2015 Race Maps and Start Times
2015 Lane Closures
The outside lane of the following streets will be closed to automobile traffic from 6 to 10:30 a.m. to accommodate runners.
- Six Pines Drive: southbound, Lake Woodlands Drive to Riva Row
- Riva Row: westbound, Six Pines Drive to Grogan's Mill Road
The inside lane of the following streets will be closed to automobile traffic from 6 to 10:30 a.m. to accommodate runners.
- Grogan's Mill Road: northbound, Riva Row to Lake Woodlands Drive
- Lake Woodlands Drive: westbound, Grogan's Mill Road to Cochran's Crossing Drive
- Lake Woodlands Drive: eastbound, Cochran's Crossing Drive to Six Pines Drive
Suggested Travel Practices Race Day
If you plan to travel on Race Day morning, please allow yourself extra time. Our best estimate is that traffic flow will only be interrupted for 15 to 20 minutes until 10:30 a.m.
Thank you for your cooperation with The Woodlands Township regarding Memorial Hermann 10 for Texas traffic impact. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to produce events that contribute to sales tax, hotel tax and program revenues which account for 60% of the revenue sources and, in turn, fund Township operations.