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The event is expected to bring tens of thousands to the capital, and with them traffic disruptions throughout the main roads in the city. Hundreds of police officers, security guards and security guards are preparing to secure the event, which will officially start at 06:45. The family of Avra ​​Mengistu will also come to the marathon, as well as a team from the "Shalva" organization for the integration of people with disabilities

Jerusalem Marathon (photo: official website, Shira Harshkop/TPS)

The annual Jerusalem Marathon will take place on Friday in the capital, and will bring along with it, along with tens of thousands of runners, blockades on central roads in the city and changes in traffic regulations.

Hundreds of police officers, security guards and marshals are preparing to secure public order, participants and spectators and to direct traffic before, during and at the end of the marathon, which will be held between the hours of 06:45 and 13:30. Vehicles parked

along the axes of the running routes will not be allowed to leave until the end of the event and the opening of the axes. Parking on Yehuda Street will be prohibited on both sides from Thursday at 20:00 until the end of the marathon. The police ask the public not to park their private vehicles in these areas. Vehicles parked in places where parking is prohibited will be towed. For the benefit of runners and on the marathon island, the Teddy Stadium parking lot will be free of charge

. , free of charge, round trip - will leave from the east grandstand plaza at the Teddy Stadium to Yosef Borg Street between the hours of 5:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The police ask the marathon visitors to arrive early.

The Kenyan runner Ronald Kimeli Korget, winner of the Jerusalem Marathon (photo: official website, courtesy of the spokeswoman of the Municipality of Jerusalem)

Starting Thursday at 17:00, Burg Street and the State Comptroller will be closed to traffic.

Rupin Street will be closed at 11:00 p.m. until Friday after the event.

On Friday, the day of the race, the following streets will be closed to vehicular traffic starting at 05:30: Hebrew University Campus, Nathaniel Lorch, Haim Hazaz Ave., Tschernihovsky, Palmach, Gaza, Hanasi, Keren Hayesod, King George St. Jaffa, IDF Square, The Paratroopers, Haim Bar Lev St., George Adam Smith, Lehi, Martin Buber, Benjamin Mazar, Churchill, Karib, Shaar Jaffa, The Armenian Patriarchate, Shaar Zion, Brigade Jerusalem, King David, Jabotinsky, Chopin, Dubnov, Gertz, Emek Refaim, the Railway Road, Bethlehem Road, David Ramez, Hebron Road, Yanovsky, Yehuda, Pierre Koenig, Eleazar Al Modai, Kobshi Katmon, Yehoshua Yavin, Gan Saker.

Sderot Rupin, Rabin and Ben Zvi - will be blocked starting at 04:00.

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Mengistu (photo: Walla! system, Hamas)

In the north of the city, the main roads that will remain open to traffic are Uzi Narkis Boulevard, Route 9, Golda Meir Boulevard, Eshkol Boulevard.

In the city center, Sderot Herzl, South and North Begin Blvd., Bar Ilan Junction, Yeremiahu.

In the south, Dov Yosef Road, Golomb Junction, Ein Kerem Junction, Givat Mashua to Ora.

The traffic arrangements for the residents of the Mount of Olives are through Jericho, Wadi Goz, French Hill.

Those returning will be allowed to travel on the same route.

Mengistu's family, and the "Shalva" organization

Several special initiatives will run in the marathon.

At the initiative of the "Amit Nachshon" school in Mate Yehuda - the family of Avra ​​Mengistu will come to the marathon to raise awareness for the return of their kidnapped son. Together with the family, nearly 200 teenagers from the area will run with blue, white and black shirts and balloons. An interesting

team Another in the marathon is that of the "Shlevah" organization - for the treatment and integration of people with disabilities in society. As part of this, more than a thousand runners will come this week to all destinations - including Shlavh children from around the world, their families and the association's volunteers. "The Jerusalem Marathon is not just another race, although a sporting celebration of

integration And accepting the other while giving an opportunity to every person, with or without a disability, to participate and be a part," said Advocate Yochanan Samuels, CEO of Shalva.

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Source: walla

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