AS RUNNERS prepare to take to the start line of the Coventry Half Marathon, road users are being warned of closures.
For a limited time on Sunday, roads across the city will be closed to allow 4,750 runners to take on the 13.1 challenge to raise money for local and national charities.
Where possible, diversions will be in place to reduce disruption and ensure continued access around the city for motorists and public transport.
Once closures are in place, no vehicles will be permitted onto the race route, other than at designated crossing points.
Road closures will be in place from 6am and will begin re-opening from 9.45am once runners have passed by and it is safe to do so.
The majority of roads will be fully re-opened by 1.30pm.
Visit www.coventryhalf.com for more details.
Roads to be fully closed:
Jordan Well/Earl Street
Little Park Street
New Union Street
Warwick Road (between New Union Street & Greyfriars Road)
Queen Victoria Road
Lawrence Saunders Road (parking restrictions also in place)
Moseley Ave (between Holyhead Road & Lawrence Saunders Road. Parking restrictions)
Coundon Wedge Drive (access only(
Birmingham Road (between Coundon Wedge Drive & Butcher’s Lane)
Butcher’s Lane (parking restrictions also in place)
Bridle Brook Lane
Wall Hill Road (between Brindle Brook Lane & Hollyfast Lane)
Hollyfast Lane (parking restrictions also in place)
Brownshill Green Road (between Long Lane & Coundon Green)
Westhill Road (parking restrictions also in place)
Barker’s Butts Lane (parking restrictions also in place)
Roads to be partially closed:
Radford Road (northbound carriageway between Ring Road & Lawrence Saunders Road. Parking restrictions)
Holyhead Road (eastbound carriageway between Moseley Ave & Coundon Wedge Drive. Parking restrictions)
Tamworth Road (northbound carriageway. Parking restrictions)
Upper Well Street (southbound carriageway closed. Northbound closed until 9.45am)