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MB Marathon to delay, change bus routes this weekend

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Those riding the bus in Myrtle Beach this weekend should expect delays and route changes due to the Myrtle Beach Marathon.

According to a news release from The Coast RTA, riders should expect delays on Routes 7 and 10 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, February 15.

On Saturday, Route 15 South will operate south on Ocean Boulevard and North on Kings Highway. There will be no service to or from Market Common until 3 p.m., if traffic control permits.

Route 15 North will operate north on Kings Highway and access Ocean Boulevard via 82nd Parkway to North Ocean Boulevard South on Saturday, the release states. Route 15N will turn right on 9th Ave. to the Transfer Center.

According to the release, the first morning trip on Saturday will operate north on Kings Highway to 79th Avenue North, then will operate South Ocean Boulevard to South Beach and North Kings Highway to the Transfer Center.

Morning service on Route 16X Saturday will maintain on North Kings Highway to 79th Avenue, and resume the regular route schedule during the evening.

For more on weekend bus service, visit:

www.RideCoastRTA.com

For more coverage of the Myrtle Beach Marathon, click here.

You can also text "RUN" to 84300 for forecasts and marathon alerts before the big day!

 

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