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Traffic expected for Escape the Cape Triathlon on Sunday

Traffic expected for Escape the Cape Triathlon on Sunday

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Escape the Cape Triathlon

Cyclists compete during the Escape the Cape Triathlon on June 10, 2018.

LOWER TOWNSHIP — Police issued a traffic advisory from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m. Sunday for the eighth annual Escape the Cape Triathlon, which will take place at the Cape May Lewes-Ferry terminal.

All people living along Jonathan Hoffman Road, the West Cape May bridge, New England Road, Stimpson Lane, Lincoln Boulevard, Atlantic Avenue, Emerson Avenue, Beach Drive and the Channel Apartments area can expect road closures, police said. Seashore, Bayshore and Shunpike roads also should expect closures.

Those living along those routes are asked to use caution and plan to take an alternate route Sunday morning. Residents also are asked to remove all trash and recycling cans from the street.

Visit to view course details and schedules.

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