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Toughman Event - Traffic Impacts - 9/7/14
Village of Croton-on-Hudson E-Notice

On Sunday September 7th, the 7th annual Toughman Half Triathlon will take place in Croton.  The event begins at Croton Point Park at 6:30 am with a 1.2 mile swim. The 56-mile bicycle course which begins at 7:15 am will be located on the Route 9/9A Highway southbound lanes, which will be entirely closed to vehicular traffic from Annsville Circle to Briarcliff Manor from 5:00 am to 1:30 pm.  Residents who wish to travel south should use the following detour:
Route 129 east to Quaker Bridge Road, travel over the Quaker Bridge, continue south on Quaker Bridge Road south until it meets Albany Post Road, continue south to access Route 9 south in Ossining.
Or you may take Route 129 east to the Taconic Parkway.
Albany Post Road Route 9A southbound will be closed at Furnace Dock Road.  Cars will be deoured through Mount Airy Road West and East to Route 129.
The 13.1 mile run course which begins at 9:30 am will travel through Van Cortlandt Manor out to Route 129.  The road will remain open, however, the lanes will be narrowed with cones and you may experience delays travelling on Route 129.  You may also be detoured through Batten Road to get back onto Route 129.
Access to the Croton-Harmon Train Station and the Shoprite Plaza will remain open although you will experience delays travelling to these destinations until approximately 4pm.
There will be shuttle bus service from the train station to Croton Point Park between 5 am and 4 pm.
For further information visit the toughman website.