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Marathon to delay, alter several Coast RTA bus routes

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – The marathon scheduled to take place in Myrtle Beach on February 14 will have a significant impact on several Coast RTA routes that Saturday.

Below is a list of all the route changes, and where Coast RTA riders can expect delays:

Route 7 - Expect delays throughout morning service.

Route 10 - will operate with route modifications along Route 10 until 3 PM which include Transfer Station to Convention Center to Broadway at the Beach to Coastal Grand Mall to the Airport, then drop off at each location on the way back to the Transfer Station. Due to the Marathon route, there will be no service on South Kings Highway.

Route 15 South - will operate on Ocean Boulevard and North on Kings Highway. No service to/from Market Common until 3 PM, traffic control permitting.

Route 15 North  - will operate north on Kings Highway to access Ocean Boulevard via 82nd Parkway to North Ocean Boulevard South. Route 15N will turn right onto 9th Avenue North to Transfer Center.

Route 16 - First Morning Trip will operate north to Kings Highway to 79th Avenue North. Then, will operate toward South Ocean Boulevard to South Beach and North Kings High-way to Transfer Center.

Route 16X - Morning Service will maintain its route on North Kings Highway to 79th Ave-nue and resume regular route schedule service for the evening service.

Coast RTA will resume its normal service on Sunday, February 15.

For more information, call 843-488-0865 and visit: www.ridecoastrta.com 

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