The full list of road closures in South Yorkshire during the Tour de Yorkshire

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As residents and cyclists gear up for the Tour de Yorkshire 2018, we bring you a comprehensive list of road closures and restrictions throughout South Yorkshire during the weekend.

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Tour de Yorkshire

Tour de Yorkshire

The spectacle kicks off for stage one in Beverley on Thursday, May 3 and takes in Ilkley, Doncaster, Barnsley Rotherham, Halifax and Scarborough among other towns before the grand finale in Leeds on Sunday, May 6.

Below is a list of road closures that cover the whole weekend, but predominantly Friday and Sunday.

All roads along the routes will have a rolling road block of around 30 minutes as the cyclists pass through.

All race timings can be found by visiting: https://letour.yorkshire.com/information/timings
DONCASTER

Tour de Yorkshire PIC: Bruce Rollinson

Tour de Yorkshire PIC: Bruce Rollinson

STAGE ONE - THURSDAY 3 MAY WOMEN'S RACE (Starts Beverley 8.40am, all timings approximate)

Sykehouse 11.14

Fosterhouses 11.20

Fishlake 11.23

Stainforth 11.27

Dunscroft 11.30

Hatfield 11.32

Hatfield Woodhouse 11.36

Blaxton 11.50

Auckley 11.54

Bessacarr 12.01

Bennetthorpe (finish) 12.08

STAGE ONE - THURSDAY 3 MAY MEN'S RACE (Starts Beverley 13.50pm, all timings approximate)

Sykehouse 17.18

Fosterhouses 17.24

Fishlake 17.26

Stainforth 17.30

Dunscroft 17.33

Hatfield 17.35

Hatfield Woodhouse 17.38

Blaxton 17.51

Auckley 17.55

Bessacarr 18.01

Bennetthorpe 18.08 (finish)

STAGE TWO - FRIDAY 4 MAY WOMEN'S RACE (Starts Barnsley 9.05am, all timings approximate)

Conisbrough 9.45am

Denaby Main 9.50am

Mexborough 9.53am

Adwick on Dearne 9.58am

Harlington 10.01

Barnburgh 10.02

Hooton Pagnell 10.11

Iklley (finish) 12.21

STAGE TWO - FRIDAY 4 MAY MEN'S RACE (Starts Barnsley 14.20pm, all timings approximate)

Conisbrough 15.33pm

Denaby Main 15.37

Mexborough 15.40

Adwick on Dearne 15.44

Harlington 15.47

Barnburgh 15.47

Hooton Pagnell 15.55

Iklley (finish) 17.48

Which roads will be closed?

As the races go through Doncaster, there will be a ‘rolling road closure’ along the route.

These are due to start and finish around 30-45 minutes before and after the race passes through.

Certain parts of the route such as Bennetthorpe and South Parade will be closed the entire day.

Roads will be closed from 6pm Wednesday 2 May until 9pm Thursday 3 May.

For access, call 01302 736000

The following locations ALL have 'No Stopping' restrictions that must be adhered to by law:

Pinfold Lane, Fishlake (from Sour Lane to Dirty Lane) 3 May - 07:00 - 19.00 High Street, Hatfield (from Station Road to Old Thorne Road) 3 May - 07:00 - 19:00 Bawtry Road, Bessacarr (from 30 metres S/W junction with Plumpton Park Road to Bawtry Road) 3 May 07:00 - 19:00 Bawtry Road, Doncaster (from Bawtry Road to Racecourse Roundabout) 3 May 07:00 - 19:00 Bennetthorpe, Bennetthorpe (from junction with A18 Carr House Road, continuing into South Parade 2 May 18:00 to 20.00 3 May South Parade, Doncaster (continuing from South Parade Junction with Thorne Road) 2 May 18:00 to 20.00 3 May Adwick Road, Mexborough (from A6023 Doncaster Road to Arnold Crescent) 4 May - 07:00-19:00 Hooton Pagnell (Junction with North Field Road 155 metres west of its junction with Butt Lane) 4 May - 07:00-19:00 What about parking? There are the usual range of parking options available in Doncaster town centre.

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BARNSLEY

Road closures from 10pm Thursday, May 3 – 10pm Friday, May 4

Church Street

St Mary’s Gate

Sadler Gate

3am – 10pm Friday, May 4

Hanson Street

Royal Street

Falcon Street

Eastgate

Regent Street

County Way

Regent Street South

6am – 10pm Friday, May 4

Market Hill

Kendray Street

Eldon Street

Cheapside

May Day Green

Peel Square

Market Street

Queen Street

Albert Street

Shambles Street (exiting town)

Midland Street (open to taxis only)

Women’s race, Friday, May 4 – (additional to Phase 3 between 8.30am and 9.45am)

Harborough Hill

Westway

Shambles Street

Wellington Street

Island Corner

New Street

Church Lane

St Mary’s Place

Pall Mall

Old Mill lane

Eldon Street North

Wesley Street

Sheffield Road/A61

Friday, May 4 – (additional to Phase 3 between 1.30pm and 3.30pm)

Shambles Street

Church Lane

St Mary’s Place

Old Mill lane

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Thurgoland Bank - A full road closure will be implemented in this area from 1:30pm – 3:30pm on Friday 4 May to ensure the safety of spectators.

Men’s race, Friday 4 May – rolling road closure

The race is expected to arrive in the area at approximately 2.30pm with the rolling road closure to be implemented between 20 and 45 minutes in advance of race arrival. All on street parking will be prohibited between 2pm – 3.30pm. All vehicles must be moved to an alternative location during this period.

Women’s race, Friday 4 May – rolling road closure

A full road closure will be in place on Old Mill Lane and Church Street from 8.30am to 9.45am which means there will be no access into Barnsley town centre from Huddersfield Road between this time. The race will be leaving Barnsley town centre at 9am with the rolling road closure to be implemented between 20 and 45 minutes in advance of race arrival. Please plan your day around these requirements. All on street parking will be prohibited between 8.15am – 9.30am. All vehicles must be moved to an alternative location during this period.

Men’s race, Friday 4 May – rolling road closure

A rolling road closure will be implemented on Huddersfield Road from 1.40pm to 2.40pm. The race will leave the town hall at 2:20pm and is expected to arrive in the area at approximately 2.25pm with the rolling road closure to be implemented between 20 and 45 minutes in advance of race arrival.

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ROTHERHAM

These are the main roads affected:

Barrowfield Lane

Main Street

Cortworth Lane and Hoober Lane at Wentworth,

Wentworth Road

Victoria Street and Hooton Road in Swinton

Kilnhurst Road to the A630 Doncaster Road to Hooton Roberts before the race enters Doncaster.

Road closures and affected roads

There will be temporary rolling road closures in the morning, when the women’s race passes through, and mid-afternoon, when the men’s race takes place. These are likely to be of no more than 20-30 minutes and roads will re-open as soon as the riders have passed through.

Women’s Race – Timings and Road Closures

Cyclists will leave the starting line in Barnsley at 9am. Timings for the local area are expected to be as follows (all timings are approximate):

Wentworth

9.24am - 9.26am

Hoober

9.29am - 9.32am

Swinton

9.36am - 9.40am

Kilnhurst

9.38am - 9.41am

Hooton Roberts

9.41am - 9.46am

The route, which comes into the borough at Wentworth, will be closed from 9am ahead of the race passing through. All roads in the borough are expected to be open again by 10.15am.

Men’s Race – Timings and Road Closures

The men’s race leaves Barnsley Town Centre at 2.30pm. The route will be closed from 2.45pm, with all roads in the borough expected to be reopened by 4pm.

Wentworth

3.15 pm - 3.19 pm

Hoober

3.19 pm - 3.24 pm

Swinton

3.25 pm - 3.30 pm

Kilnhurst

3.26 pm - 3.32 pm

Hooton Roberts

3.30 pm - 3.36 pm