The Miami Marathon needs to do a better job of advertising street closures.
I checked the marathon site every year but it’s not precise: For example, I thought the Southwest Second Avenue bridge would be closed, but only one direction was used. I tried to get from downtown to Miami Beach at 3 p.m. and when I got to Biscayne Boulevard the northbound direction was closed.
I could easily have taken another route if that info had been posted.
Because of the delay, I was not able to make my appointment.
Yes, the marathon is great for the 24,000 runners, but there are thousands of residents who are needlessly inconvenienced by the lack of information about street closures.
Sandy Hayes, Miami