The Peachtree Road Race
Not only does July 4th mark our Independence Day, it’s also race day for the Peachtree Road Race. Atlanta is home to the largest 10k running race in the world and if you’re running in it this year, we want you to save your energy for the finish line by taking Uber to and from the race.
For new users we are offering a $25 discount on your first trip with promo code Peachtree2. For you existing users, we are offering 25% off every uberX trip to celebrate the Peachtree Road Race and the 4th of July. Enjoy!
…And for those of you not running, we wanted to remind you that from Phipps Plaza to Piedmont Park the city will be shut down.
Start Area Road Closures (map):
Streets around the start area will close at 5:30 a.m. on Friday, July 4
- Peachtree Road from Lenox Road to Peachtree Dunwoody Road
- Around Lenox Road from Peachtree Road to Lenox Road
- Lenox Road from Peachtree Road to Ferncliff Road
- Buckhead Loop from Peachtree Road to GA 400
- Phipps Boulevard from Buckhead Loop to Wieuca Road
- Wieuca Road from Old Ivy Road to Roxboro Road
- Roxboro Road from Kingsboro Road to Peachtree Dunwoody Road
- Pritchard Road from Roxboro Road to Oak Valley Road
- Lakeside Road from Pritchard Road to Kingsboro Road
- Kingsboro Road from Roxboro Road to Lenox Road
- Oak Valley Road from Peachtree Road to E. Paces Ferry Road
Once the start area is secure, Atlanta Police will begin to close the course through
the finish area.
- 10th Street from Charles Allen to Monroe Dr. will be closed starting Wednesday, July 2 at 12:00 p.m. through Friday, July 4 at 3:00 p.m.
- Monroe Drive will close between Virginia Ave. and Kanuga St. at 7:00 a.m. on Friday, July 4 and will remain closed until around 12:00 noon.
- Peachtree Place Closed from Peachtree to West Peachtree at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, July 4 and remain closed until 12:00 noon.
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