Map detailing the Glasgow road race route and supporting road closures and restrictions

GET READY GLASGOW: City wide road closures


As part of the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships, Glasgow will host road race championships on the following dates:

Saturday 5 August Women Junior Road Race, Men Junior Road Race

Sunday 6 August Men Elite Road Race

Tuesday 8 August Team Trial Mixed Relay

Saturday 12 August Men Under-23 Road Race

Sunday 13 August Women Under-23 Road Race Women Elite Road Race

To deliver the road races, on competition days, there will be road closures along the route, ancillary roads and around the George Square finish line.

In addition, road closures and restrictions will come into force in advance of the competition to facilitate building the course and to ensure the safety of the riders and public. Once the competition has finished it will take some time to reopen the roads as the course is dismantled and infrastructure reinstated.

Map detailing full city road race route closures and restictions
Map detailing full city mixed team time trial route closures and restrictions

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Public / pedestrian access will be maintained throughout via various crossing points along the route. Roads will be subject to parking restrictions and closed to vehicular traffic on certain days.

Parking restrictions on road race route and adjoining streets will come into force on Monday 31 July with the courses being built and barriers deployed from Tuesday 1 August. The majority of these restrictions will stay in place until Sunday 13 August.

Road closures on the Road Race City Centre Circuit will come into effect from 0001hrs, Friday 4 August until 2359hrs, Tuesday 8 August.