Course Maps and Traffic Information
LANE CLOSURES; avoid delays, use alternate routes
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The 8th Annual 10 for Texas 10-mile road race is set for Saturday, October 12, 2013. On this day, up to 3,000 runners will race through The Woodlands, as they make their way to the finish line in Market Street. Please use this information to on how to best navigate the community on race day, and how to enjoy the race.
Race Maps and Start Times
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 Lake Robbins Drive
- Lake Robbins Drive: westbound, Six Pines Drive to Grogan's Mill Road
- Grogan’s Mill Road: southbound, Timberloch Place to Woodlands Parkway
- Woodlands Parkway: westbound, Grogan's Mill Road to Cochran's Crossing Drive
- Cochran’s Crossing Drive: northbound, Woodlands Parkway to Lake Woodlands Drive
- Lake Woodlands Drive, eastbound, Cochran's Crossing Drive to Six Pines Drive
While the roads in your area will be partially closed, police will attempt to allow cars needing to get through, if and only when there is a safe opportunity. Please allow yourself extra time if you have somewhere you have to be on race; avoid delays and use alternate routes. If you know you need to cross impacted streets that day, consider parking your vehicle on a nearby street that will not be affected by the race road closures. Our best estimate is that traffic flow will only be interrupted for 15-20 minutes until 10:30 am.
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office will be responsible for closing and reopening streets, which will be done to ensure runner and spectator safety. There will be deputies at every intersection along the race route to help minimize traffic delays. Please follow their instructions when approaching streets on the course.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation with The Woodlands Township regarding lane closure inconvenience as we continue to bring events that contribute to sales tax, hotel tax and programs revenues that account for 56 percent of the revenue sources that fund Township operations.