MAP: Which roads will be closed for the Weston Super Half Marathon?
PUBLISHED: 12:00 13 March 2018
Thousands of runners will take to the streets to tackle the inaugural Weston Super Half Marathon.
Road closures will be in place on Sunday to make way for the event, with limited access to parts of the town centre from 6.30am until 3.30pm.
Marine Parade, Orchard Meadows, Alexandra Parade and Boulevard are among the roads which will be blocked.
The race will start on the promenade at 9.30am with double Olympic gold medallist James Cracknell leading the way.
An event spokesman said: “We will be doing all we can to minimise the disruption to other residents and visitors trying to make their way across town.
“We have been working in conjunction with North Somerset Council and consulting with the relevant traffic management agencies to ensure the effects of the road closures are minimised as much as possible.”
Here is a full list of the closures:
• Richmond Street (from Marine Parade to St James Street)
• Marine Parade
• Uphill Road North
• Uphill Road South (from Uphill Road North to Old Church Road)
• Old Church Road (from Uphill Road South to Ellesmere Road)
• Ellesmere Road
• Thornbury Road
• Links Road (from Thornbury Road to Uphill Way)
• Uphill Way (from Links Road to Uphill Road South)
• Uphill Way (Westbound lane closure)
• Uphill Road South (Westbound lane closure from Uphill Way to Grange Road)
• Uphill Road South (from Grand Road to A370 Bridgwater Road)
• A370 Bridgwater Road (northbound lane closure from Uphill Road South to Accommodation Road)
• Accommodation Road
• Rectory Way
• Wayacre Drove
• Uphill Hill footpath
• Beach Road (from Oxford Street to Salisbury Terrace)
• Oxford Street (from Beach Road to St James Street)
• St James Street
• Regent Street (from Marine Parade to Locking Road)
• Walliscote Road (from Regent Street to Oxford Street)
• Alexandra Parade
• Meadow Street
• Orchard Street
• Gerard Road
• Waterloo Street
• South Parade
• West Street
• Knightstone Road
• Royal Parade
• Seafront Promenade (from Knightstone Causeway to Grand Pier)