The Blue Cross Broad Street Run is happening Sunday and may affect you whether you've been training for it or not.
The annual 10-mile race is set to start at Broad Street and Fisher Avenue in North Philadelphia's Logan section at 8 a.m., and end hours later at the Navy Yard. It will draw about 40,000 runners and thousands more spectators, so here's everything you'll need to know about getting around the city Sunday:
The route will be reopened as soon at the street sweepers are done behind the runners, according to the Philadelphia Police Department. Broad Street is expected to reopen in its entirety, with the exception of parts inside the Navy Yard, around 11:30 a.m.