Haverford's Updated Road Closures for Open

Here are the roads the township says will be closed for varying times during the U.S. Open.


Haverford Township has just published an updated list of roads that will be closed either partially or completely during the U.S. Open.

The tournament activities run from June 10-16. The road closures that will be in effect for 24 hours a day will begin on June 9.  Note that some roads will only be closed from 6 a.m.-9 p.m. starting on June 10. (See the list below).

Up to 25,000 spectators, plus vendors, support people and vehicles and media are expected to descend not just on the Merion Golf Club but on the entire region and township.

The township issued the following updated information Tuesday morning about the road closures:

What roads will be closed?

The Following Roads Will be Closed 24 Hours a Day from June 9 to June 16, 2013:

  • Ardmore Avenue from Darby Road to Haverford Road
  • Golf House Road from Ardmore Avenue to College Avenue
  • Haverford Road from Ardmore Avenue to College Avenue

The Following Roads Will be Closed from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. from June 10 to June 16, 2013:

  • College Avenue from Coopertown Road to Haverford Road (east bound)
  • Dartmouth Lane (residents only, pass required)
  • Ellis Road from Lawrence Road to Ardmore Avenue
  • West Ardmore Avenue from Ellis Road to Darby Road

What roads will be open?

  • Buck Lane
  • College Avenue from Darby Road to Coopertown Road (to Coopertown School)
  • Coopertown Road (north of College Avenue) Darby Road (entire length)
  • Eagle Road

Residents will need a pass to get into their neighborhoods during the tournament. Detailed information is availble here on Haverford Patch.

The entire information sheet from Haverford Township is also attached to this article as a pdf.

Hava Nigela April 16, 2013 at 04:24 PM
Hey Bob, the statement on guide "The USGA has our information and will be sending passes out shortly". Does that mean they are basing on cars registered to our home addresses? And it sounds like any discrepancies will have to be worked out at HTPD via "guest pass"? Thanks
bigben April 17, 2013 at 02:56 PM
i learned that passes to each household is based on income tax filing. So hope you claimed dependents


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