Inverness City Roads Temporarily Closed For March Half Marathon
25th February 2019
The 2019 Inverness Half Marathon and 5K events take place on Sunday 10 March and the Council is advising drivers that temporary traffic restrictions will be in place in and around the city during the event.
The following routes will be affected:
Bught Avenue closed between its con-junction with Bught Drive and its junction with Bught Road, from 12:00 hours to 15:30 hours on Sunday 10 March 2019.
Bught Road closed between its junction with Bught Avenue and its con junction with Ness Walk Upper, from 10:30 hours to 15:30 hours on Sunday 10 March 2019.
Ness Walk Upper closed between its con-junction with Bught Road and its junction with Ballifeary Lane, from 10:30 hours to 15:30 hours on Sunday 10 March 2019.
Ness Walk Upper closed between its junction with Ballifeary Lane and its junction with Bishops Road, from 12:15 hours to 15:30 hours on Sunday 10 March 2019.
Bishops Road closed between its junction with Ness Walk and its junction with Ardross Terrace, from 12:15 hours to 13:00 hours on Sunday 10 March 2019.
Bishops Road closed to southbound traffic between its junction with Ness Walk and its junction with Ardross Terrace, from 13.00 hours to 15.00 hours on Sunday 10 March 2019. Vehicular access for northbound traffic will be maintained at all times.
Ardross Terrace closed between its junction with Bishops Road and its con-junction with Ness Walk, from 12:15 hours to 15:00 hours on Sunday 10 March 2019.
Ness Walk closed between its junction with Young Street and its con junction with Ardross Terrace, from 12:15 hours to 15:00 hours on Sunday 10 March 2019.
B861 Inverness - Leys - lnverarnie Road; single lane closure (south side) of westbound carriageway and footway closure (south side), between its junction with Castle Road and its junction with Ness Walk, from 12:15 hours to 15:00 hours on Sunday 10 March 2019.
Castle Road closed to northbound traffic, between its junction with Haugh Road and its junction with Bridge Street, from 12:15 hours to 15:00 hours on Sunday 10 March 2019. Vehicular access for southbound vehicles will be maintained at all times.
Ness Bank and Cavell Gardens Road closed to through traffic between its junction with Castle Road and its junction with Island Bank Road, from 12:15
Drivers should be aware that alternative routes will be available and clearly sign-posted. Pedestrian access and access for emergency vehicles will be maintained throughout the event.
Web site for Inverness Half Marathon and 5K
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