"With the majority of the runners starting in Champaign and going into Urbana, most of the Urbana side becomes closed on a more fixed basis until the runners are past and then we open it right back up," said emergency services coordinator Scott Friedlein.
On the Champaign side, a lot of the streets are shared between drivers and runners. That should help keep some of the traffic moving. But organizers say to keep an eye out and let the racers have the right of way.
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