Around 16,000 people from 111 different nationalities are expected to take part in the ING night marathon on Saturday
Motorists are advised that certain areas of the capital will be closed to traffic on Saturday because of the ING night marathon.
Runners covering the full 42.19-kilometre route will pound the pavement in Kirchberg, Limpertsberg, Belair, Merl, Hollerich, the Gare district and city centre when they set out at 7pm on Saturday.
Roads which form part of the route will be closed to traffic for the duration of the race and closed for parking prior to the race. Organisers will ensure some 37 passage points are available along the course for motorists to get to their destination, however.
Public transport will also be disrupted from 7pm, notably between the station district and city centre. A shuttle will (line 50) will run every 10 minutes between rue Notre-Dame (Enneschtgaass/Casino) and Place de Paris until 1:25am on Sunday.
The last tram will leave Route Bréck-Pafendall at 6:30pm to relay passengers to the start at Luxexpo.
All city bus lines (1-32), RGTR and the tram will be free of charge on Saturday. Free shuttles to Luxexpo will also run from P+R Bouillon and Luxembourg-Sud.
Altogether, some 16,000 people from 111 different nationalities are expected to take part in what will be the thirteenth edition of the night marathon.
Further information about disruptions to traffic can be found here.
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