Work at the Riverside Drive and Glick Road intersection will cease during the Memorial Tournament, but lane closures will remain.

Work at the Riverside Drive and Glick Road intersection will cease during the Memorial Tournament, but lane closures will remain.

The Ohio Department of Transportation intersection project has reduced traffic to one lane, and traffic delays are expected as the Memorial Tournament brings thousands of people to Dublin.

From 3 to 7 p.m. May 31-June 3 traffic on the Glick Road bridge will be limited to one-way traffic traveling eastbound only, according to information from the city.

During those hours, tournament officials are recommending traffic routes and parking options for patrons, as follows:

* Visitors traveling from the east side of the Scioto River should park on the east side of the river, and visitors on the west side of the river should park there.

Visitors can board a shuttle from free public parking lots to the main entrance on Memorial Drive. Shuttles will operate from 7 a.m. to one hour after play ends May 31-June 3.

* Visitors traveling from the east are encouraged to use the Sawmill Road exit from Interstate 270 and travel north to Powell Road and then west to parking lots at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.

* Visitors from the south should travel north via U.S. Route 33 and Riverside Drive and then west on Emerald Parkway.

Visitors are encouraged to proceed north on Dublin Road to the sixth-tee parking lot or travel west of Brand Road to the Ashbaugh Road lot.

* From the west visitors are asked to exit at Avery Road/ Muirfield Drive from U.S. Route 33 and travel north on Avery/Muirfield Drive to the Brand Road roundabout. Visitors can go east at the roundabout and park in the Ashbaugh Road parking lot.

Bicycle parking

Residents also can bike to the tournament, which will host bicycle parking for the first time at the sixth-tee entrance gate and on the south side of Memorial Drive, near the tournament crosswalk. Bicycle parking areas will be open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. May 28-June 3.

"Dublin's bike-path system, by design, is both recreational and a viable means of transportation," Dublin parks and openspace director Fred Hahn said in a news release from the city. "We are pleased that the Memorial Tournament is encouraging guests to take advantage of Dublin's 100 miles of bike-path system as a safe and convenient method of transportation."

Cyclists are encouraged to bring locks.

Additional information about the tournament and traffic can be found online at thememorial tournament.com and transpor-tation.ohio.gov/dist6.