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  103rd BOSTON MARATHON

Roads cleared for the runners

By Globe Staff, 04/16/99

Over the long weekend, the roads of the Back Bay and environs will be a good place for running ... but not driving.

The City of Boston will close the following roads:

Saturday - Dartmouth Street, from St. James Avenue to Boylston Street;

Sunday - Berkeley Street, from St. James Avenue to Newbury Street; along with various street closings in Back Bay, Beacon Hill, and downtown from 8-10 a.m. for the BAA Friendship Run;

Monday - All streets in the vicinity of Copley Square (from 6 a.m.); all streets east of Massachusetts Avenue (10 a.m.); and all streets west of Mass. Ave. (11:30 a.m.).

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