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This morning and early afternoon, some city streets are closed fully or partially for the Seattle Marathon.
The streets that will be affected for almost the entire day are toward the marathon’s finish line in the Eastlake and South Lake Union neighborhoods.
One side of Boylston Avenue East will be closed until 4 p.m. from East Roanoke Street heading south to where it passes under Interstate 5 and becomes Lakeview Boulevard East.
One side of the street will be closed along the marathon route continuing onto Belmont Avenue East, across Interstate 5 and down the ramp to Eastlake Avenue East, south on Eastlake Avenue East to Republican Street. The route then turns west on Republican to Dexter Avenue North, then turns on Mercer Street, then west on Mercer Street to 4th Avenue North, before heading south on 4th and finishing at Memorial Stadium.