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What you need to know about the TBK Bank Quad Cities Marathon

The Quad Cities Marathon is coming in hot bringing with it traffic changes in both Illinois and Iowa.

QUAD CITIES – Thousands of runners from across the world will pound the pavements Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019 during the TBK Bank Quad Cities Marathon.

Events start at 7 a.m. on Sunday at the John Deere Commons in Moline, Illinois. Parking is available at the TaxSlayer Center.  Both the I-74 and Centennial Bridges will stay open during the race. You can find the full schedule of events here.

Several roads in the Quad Cities will be closed as the races route through those cities.

Race organizers suggest leaving extra driving time for possible backups on the Interstate 74 bridge.

With marathons taking several hours to complete, expect road closures to last into the afternoon.

Click here to see the course map for the Quad Cities Marathon and half marathon. 

See which roads are impacted in your area:  Rock Island – Arsenal –  Moline –  DavenportBettendorf.

If you plan on watching the runners, you can click here to find the best places for viewers to hang out. The link even includes a listing of estimated first/last runner times and mile markers.

Finally, you can find the latest weather information from the Storm Track 8 Meteorologists by clicking here.