THE ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 16A NOTICE OF TEMPORARY TRAFFIC ORDER SWINDON HALF MARATHON – SUNDAY 20 SEPTEMBER 2020This Order is being introduced to allow for the Swindon Half Marathon to take place and will involve various road closures from 7am to 1pm as follows. Roads affected by the Swindon Half Marathon: County Road (the section from the STFC to Magic Roundabout), Magic Roundabout (from County Rd, access to Shrivenham Road and Queens Drive (eastbound carriageway only), Queens Drive (eastbound carriageway only from Magic Roundabout to Coate Roundabout), Dorcan Way (from Coate Roundabout to Greenbridge Roundabout), Greenbridge Roundabout (from Dorcan Way to Swindon Road), Swindon Road (from Greenbridge Roundabout to Bridge End Road) Bridge End Road, B4143 Gipsy Lane, Chapel Roundabout (from Gipsy Lane to A4311 Cirencester Way), A4311 Cirencester Way, Transfer Bridge Roundabout (from A4311 Cirencester Way to Great Western Way), Great Western Way (from Transfer Bridge Roundabout to Cockleberry Roundabout), Polaris Way, North Star Avenue (from Polaris Way to Hawksworth Way), Hawksworth Way, Newcombe Drive (from Hawksworth Way to Great Western Way), Great Western Way (from Newcombe Drive to Bruce Street Bridges Roundabout, Kemble Drive, Penzance Drive, A3012 Wootton Bassett Road (from Penzance Drive to Redpost Drive), Redpost Drive, Peglars Way, Foxham Way, Blackhorse Way B4006, Croft Road (from Blackhorse Way to Pipers Way B4006), Pipers Way B4006, Pipers Roundabout (from Pipers Way B4006 to Marlborough Road B4289), B4289 Marlborough Road (From Pipers Roundabout to High Street), Newport Roundabout, High Street, Wood Street, Bath Road B4289 (From Wood Street to Victoria Road), Victoria Road, Regent Circus (from Victoria Road to Regent Street) and Commercial Road. There will be a temporary speed restriction of 20 mph in place (westbound only) between the Junction of B4143 Gipsy Lane)/A4311 Cirencester Way and the junction of B4289 Great Western Way/Polaris Way. MAJOR ROAD CLOSURES WILL BE SIGN POSTED INCLUDING DIVERSIONS, ALL AFFECTED ROADS WILL BE OPENED AS SOON AS THE RUNNERS HAVE PASSED THROUGH AND IT IS SAFE TO DO SO. ACCESS FOR RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES WILL BE AVAILABLE BUT YOU MAY BE ASKED TO WAIT UNTIL IT IS SAFE TO PROCEED.
For information regarding the route of the Swindon Half Marathon please see.
If you have any queries concerning the road closures and traffic diversions for the Swindon Half Marathon please call 020 7684 7185.