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Tour de Yorkshire 2019: Road closure details

Tour de Yorkshire 2019: Road closure details

Published at 8:08am 25th April 2019. (Updated at 8:38pm 2nd May 2019)

Main image: Tour de Yorkshire, courtesy of Ken Major from Pixabay

All you need to know - Tour de Yorkshire 2019 road closures

  • Thousands of spectators are expected to line the streets for this year's Tour de Yorkshire.
  • As competitiors take to North Yorkshire's roads, rolling road closures will be in place and these are expected to last for around an hour.
  • Stage Two (Friday, 3 May) and Stage Four (Sunday, 5 May) travel through the Stray FM area
  • Details on what roads are affected during Stage Two and Stage Four listed below.

As the Tour de Yorkshire 2019 is now underway, here are some key details on how the race will affect our roads. Whether you're watching the race or need to travel elsewhere during the event, it's best to plan ahead. 

Stray FM has been taking a look at the expected road closures during the 4-day event.

Riders will take on a 621.5km circuit from 2 - 5 May 2019.

Locally, Stage Two (Friday, 3 May) and Stage Four (Sunday, 5 May)  travel through the Stray FM area - with competitors visiting Harrogate, Ripon, Skipton, Pateley Bridge, Nidderdale and Otley among others.

Road closures

Race organisers are employing a rolling road closures system - meaning that roads on the route should not be closed for more than an hour, apart from the start and finish lines and some climbs where the road closures will be longer.

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

A Tour de Yorkshire spokesman said:

"For each stage the closures will be managed by the police as a ‘rolling closure’.

"This means that the traffic will be stopped at any given point between 10 and 30 minutes ahead of the first cyclist.

"When the race, and all the official and team vehicles, have passed the roads will reopen again. The last vehicle in the race group is a lorry with screens on both sides telling people watching that the roads are open again.

"Typically the closure is in place for between 20 and 50 minutes depending on the severity of the stage, how far into the stage the race is and the weather."

What roads will be closed?

Road closures will be managed by the police, and there are are some sections of the route that need to be closed for longer periods, these are listed below:

Stage 1: Howden, Beverley, Pocklington
Stage 2: Ryhill, Pontefract, Castleford, Kippax, Garforth, Ripon, Harrogate
Stage 3: Whitby
Stage 4: Cross Hills, Skipton, Otley, Cookridge, West Park, Kirkstall

2018 Tour de Yorkshire, Ilkley - courtesy of Welcome to Yorkshire
Image: 2018 Tour de Yorkshire, Ilkley - courtesy of Welcome to Yorkshire

The all important details

Stage One - Thursday, May 2

The race will start in Doncaster before heading towards Beverley. The riders will then travel onto the Yorkshire Wolds, Baggaby Hill and Pocklington - continuing to rise on the brisk approach to Selby where the action will reach a pulsating conclusion right outside Selby Abbey.

Men's race road closures in North Yorkshire

Location Expected race arrival Expected road closure
Little Smeaton 1:34pm to 1:35pm 1:05pm to 2:05pm
Womersley 1:41pm to 1:42pm 1:05pm to 2:05pm
Escrick 5:01pm to 5:11pm 4:30pm to 5:45pm
Stillingfleet 5:08pm to 5:18pm 4:30pm to 5:45pm
Cawood 5:13pm to 5:36pm 4:45pm to 6pm
Thorpe Willoughby 5:23pm to 5:47pm 4:50pm to 6:15pm
Thorpe Willoughby to Selby (Armoury Road) 5:29pm to 5:53pm 4pm to 6:15pm
A1238 Selby Armoury Road to Leeds Road 5:29pm to 5:53pm 9:30am to 11am
4:30pm to 8pm
Selby Deviaiton (Scott Road to Water Lane 5:29pm to 5:53pm 5pm to 6:15pm
Selby Doncaster Road (Union Lane to Leeds Road) - 4pm to 6:15pm
Selby Park Street (Portholme Road to Gowthorpe) - 4pm to 6:15pm
Selby The Crescent - 4pm to 6:15pm
Selby Gowthorpe 4:29pm (caravans)
5:29pm to 5:53pm
6am to 10pm

Stage 2 - Friday, May 3

Stage two starts in Barnsley and ends in Bedale, covering 135km, with 68km (50 per cent) of those in North Yorkshire. The route will take in Leathley, Harrogate, Killinghall, Wormald Green, Ripon, West Tanfield, Carthorpe, Burneston and Bedale.

Women's race road closures in North Yorkshire

Location Expected race arrival Expected road closure
Leathley 10:55am to 11:06am 10:25am to 11:25am
Cote de Robin's Hill 10:58am to 11:10am 10:30am to 11:30am
Beckwithshaw 11:06am to 11:18am 10:35am to 11:40am
Beckwithshaw roundabout to A59 11:07am to 11:19am 10:30am to 12:15pm
Harrogate, Pennypot Lane to Crescent Road 11:11am to 11:24am 10:40am to 12pm
Harrogate, Parliament Street and West Park 11:21am to 11:36am 10am to 12pm
Harrogate, Otley Road 11:22am to 11:38am 10:50am to 12pm
Beckwithshaw roundabout to A59 11:30am to 11:47am 10:30am to 12:15pm
Killinghall 11:35am to 11:51am 11:05am to 12:15pm
Ripley 11:39am to 11:55am 11:10am to 12:20pm
South Stainley 11:45am to 12:02pm 11:15am to 12:25pm
Wormald Green 11:47am to 12:04pm 11:15am to 12:25pm
Ripon 11:54am to 12:12pm 11:25am to 12:35pm
Ripon Market Place 11:55am to 12:13pm 11:00am to 11pm
North Stainley 12:07pm to 12:26pm 11:30am to 12:40pm
West Tanfield 12:11pm to 12:31pm 11:40am to 12:50pm
Carthorpe 12:22pm to 12:42pm 11:50am to 1pm
Burneston 12:24pm to 12:45pm 11:50am to 1pm
Exelby 12:28pm to 12:49pm 12pm to 1:15pm
Exelby to Bedale 12:32pm to 12:54pm 11am to 2pm
Bedale South End, Bridge Street to Harbour View) 12:32pm to 12:54pm 8am to 8pm
Bedale, Bridge Street and Sussex Street 12:33pm to 12:55pm 11am to 2pm
Bedale Market Place, The Wynd, North End and Emgate 12:33pm to 12:55pm 5am to 9pm

Men's race road closures in North Yorkshire

Location Expected race arrival Expected road closure
Leathley 4:22pm to 4:30pm 3:50pm to 4:50pm
Cote de Robin's Hill 4:25pm to 4:34pm 3:55pm to 4:55pm
Beckwithshaw 4:31pm to 4:41pm 4pm to 5pm
Beckwithshaw roundabout to A59 4:32pm to 4:41pm 4pm to 5:30pm
Harrogate, Pennypot Lane to Crescent Road 4:36pm to 4:45pm 4pm to 5pm
Harrogate, Parliament Street and West Park 3pm (caravans)
4:45pm to 4:55pm
2:30pm to 5:30pm
Harrogate, Otley Road 4:47pm to 4:57pm 4:15pm to 5:15pm
Beckwithshaw roundabout to A59 4:53pm to 5:04pm 4pm to 5:30pm
Killinghall 4:57pm to 5:09pm 4:30pm to 7:30pm
Ripley 5pm to 5:12pm 4:30pm to 5:30pm
South Stainley 5:06pm to 5:18pm 4:35pm to 5:35pm
Wormald Green 5:07pm to 5:20pm 4:35pm to 5:35pm
Ripon 3:46pm (caravans)
5:13pm to 5:27pm
4:45pm to 5:45pm
Ripon Market Place 5:17pm to 5:27pm 11am to 11pm
North Stainley 5:24pm to 5:39pm 4:50pm to 5:50pm
West Tanfield 4:07pm (caravans)
5:28pm to 5:43pm
5pm to 6pm
Carthorpe 5:37pm to 5:53pm 5:05pm to 6:10pm
Burneston 5:39pm to 5:55pm 5:05pm to 6:10pm
Exelby 5:43pm to 5:59pm 5:10pm to 6:15pm
Exelby to Bedale 5:46pm to 6:02pm 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Bedale South End, Bridge Street to Harbour View) 5:46pm to 6:02pm 8am to 8pm
Bedale, Bridge Street and Sussex Street 5:47pm to 6:04pm 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Bedale Market Place, The Wynd, North End and Emgate 4:31 (caravans)
5:47pm to 6:04pm
5am to 9pm

Stage 3 - Saturday, May 4

Stage three on Saturday 4 May starts in Bridlington and ends in Scarborough, covering 134km, with 128km (96 per cent) in North Yorkshire.

The route takes in Reighton, Hunmanby, Folkton, Cayton, Seamer, East Ayton, Hackness, Harwood Dale, Fylingthorpe, Robin Hoods Bay, Whitby, Sandsend, Egton, Grosmont, Sleights, Cloughton, Burniston and Scarborough.Stage Four - Sunday, May 5

Women's race road closures in North Yorkshire

Location Expected race arrival Expected road closure
A165 Near Reighton 9:33am to 9:35am 9am to 10am
Hummanby 9:34am to 9:37am 9am to 10am
Folkton 9:44am to 9:47am 9:15am to 10:15am
Cayton 9:50am to 9:54am 9:20am to 10:20am
Eastfield 9:55am to 9:59am 9:25am to 10:25am
Crossgates 9:56am to 10am 9:25am to 10:25am
Seamer 9:57am to 10:02am 9:25am to 10:25am
East Ayton 10:02am to 10:07am 9:25am to 10:25am
Hackness 10:12am to 10:19am  9:40am to 10:40am
Cote de Silpho 10:16am to 10:23am 8:30am to 5pm
Harwood Dale 10:31am to 10:40am 10am to 11am
A171 Harwood Dale to B1416 junction 10:31am to 10:40am 10am to 1pm
Fylingthorpe 10:46am to 10:57am 10:15am to 11:30am
Robin Hoods Bay 10:48am to 10:59am 10:15am to 11:30am
Cote de Hooks House Farm 10:51am to 11:09am 10:15am to 11:30am
Hawsker 10:54am to 11:05am 10:20am to 11:30am
Whitby sprint 11:01am to 11:13am 10:30am to 11:40am
Whitby Harbour, Church Street to Station Square 11:01am to 11:13am 10am to 12pm
Whitby 11:01am to 11:14am 10:30am to 11:40am
Sandsend 11:11am to 11:24am 10:45am to 11:55am
Caote de Lythe Bank 11:14am to 11:28am 10:45am to 11:55am
Lythe 11:14am to 11:28am 10:45am to 11:55am
Junction of A174 with B1266 11:21am to 11:35am 10:50am to 12pm
Junction of B1266 with A171 11:28am to 11:43am 10:50am to 12pm
Egton 11:40am to 11:56am 11:10am to 12:20pm
Grosmont 11:44am to 12:01pm 11:15pm to 12:30pm
Code de Grosmont 11:45am to 12:03pm 11:15am to 12:30pm
Sleights 11:51am to 12:09pm 11:15am to 12:30pm
Iburndale 11:53am to 12:11pm 11:20am to 12:35pm
Ugglebarnby 11:54am to 12:13pm 10am to 6pm
Code de Ugglebarnby 11:56am to 12:15pm 10am to 6pm
Junction of B1416 with A171 12pm to 12:21pm 11:30am to 12:45am
A171 and B1416 junction to A 171 Harwood Dale 12pm to 12:21pm 10am to 1pm
Cloughton 12:26pm to 12:48pm 11:55am to 1:10pm
Burniston 12:28pm to 12:51pm 11:55am to 1:10pm
Scarborough 12:34pm to 12:57pm 12pm to 1:20pm
Scarborough St Thomas Street, Castle Road to St Nicholas Cliff) 12:40pm to 1:04pm 11:30am to 1:30pm
Scarborough St Nicholas Cliff to Aquarium Top 12:41pm to 1:05pm 12pm to 1:20pm
Scarborough South Bay 12:42pm to 1:07pm 11:30am to 1:30pm
Scarborough North Bay 12:44pm to 1:39pm 6am to 10pm

Men's race road closures in North Yorkshire

Location Expected race arrival Expected road closure
A165 Near Reighton 3:10pm to 3:12pm 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Hummanby 1:10pm (caravans)
3:12pm to 3:13pm
2:30pm to 3:30pm
Folkton 3:19pm to 3:22pm 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Cayton 3:35pm to 3:28pm 2:40pm to 3:40pm
Eastfield 3:29pm to 3:32pm 2:45pm to 3:45pm
Crossgates 3:30pm to 3:33pm 2:45pm to 3:45pm
Seamer 3:31pm to 3:34pm 2:45pm to 3:45pm
East Ayton 3:35pm to 3:39pm 2:45pm to 3:45pm
Hackness 3:44pm to 3:48pm 3pm to 4pm
Cote de Silpho 1:55pm (caravans)
3:47pm to 3:52pm
8:30am to 5pm
Harwood Dale 3:59 to to 4:06pm 3:15pm to 4:15pm
A171 Harwood Dale to B1416 junction 4pm to 4:06pm 3:15pm to 5:45pm
Fylingthorpe 2:27pm (caravans)
4:12pm to 4:20pm
3:30pm to 4:30pm
Robin Hoods Bay 4:14pm to 4:21pm 3:30pm to 4:30pm
Cote de Hooks House Farm 4:17pm to 4:24pm 3:30pm to 4:30pm
Hawsker 4:19pm to 4:27pm 3:35 pm to 4:35pm
Whitby sprint 4:25pm to 4:33pm 3:40pm to 4:40pm
Whitby Harbour, Church Street to Station Square 4:25pm to 4:33pm 3pm to 5pm
Whitby 2:44pm (caravans)
4:25pm to 4:34pm
3:40pm to 4:40pm
Sandsend 4:33pm to 4:42pm 3:50pm to 4:50pm
Caote de Lythe Bank 2:56pm (caravans)
4:36pm to 4:45pm
3:50pm to 4:50pm
Lythe 4:36pm to 4:45pm 3:50pm to 4:50pm
Junction of A174 with B1266 4:41pm to 4:52pm 4pm to 5pm
Junction of B1266 with A171 4:47pm to 4:58pm 4pm to 5pm
Egton 4:57pm to 5:09pm 4:15pm to 5:20pm
Grosmont 3:31pm (caravans)
5:01pm to 5:13pm
4:15pm to 5:20pm
Code de Grosmont 5:02pm to 5:14pm 4:15pm to 5:20pm
Sleights 5:07pm to 5:20pm 4:15pm to 5:20pm
Iburndale 5:08pm to 5:21pm 4:20pm to 5:25pm
Ugglebarnby 5:09pm to 5:22pm 10am to 6pm
Code de Ugglebarnby 5:11pm to 5:24pm 10am to 6pm
Junction of B1416 with A171 5:14pm to 5:28pm 4:30pm to 5:35pm
A171 and B1416 junction to A 171 Harwood Dale 5:14pm to 5:28pm 3:15pm to 5:45pm
Cloughton 5:36pm to 5:54pm 4:50pm to 6pm
Burniston 5:38pm to 5:54pm 4:50pm to 6pm
Scarborough 5:43pm to 5:59pm 5pm to 6:10pm
Scarborough St Thomas Street, Castle Road to St Nicholas Cliff) 5:48pm to 6:05pm 4pm to 6:15pm
Scarborough St Nicholas Cliff to Aquarium Top 5:49pm to 6:06pm 5pm to 6:10pm
Scarborough South Bay 5:52pm to 6:09pm 4pm to 6:15pm
Scarborough North Bay 5:52pm to 6:09pm 6am to 10pm

Stage 4 - Sunday, 5 May

Stage four starts in Halifax and ends in Leeds, covering 182km, with 130km (71 per cent) in North Yorkshire.

The route takes in Sutton-in-Craven, Crosshills, Skipton, Embsay, Burnsall, Threshfield, Kilnsey, Kettlewell (including Park Rash), Middleham, Masham, Grewelthorpe, Kirkby Malzeard, Pateley Bridge, Greenhow Hill, Blubberhouses and Askwith Moor.

Men's race road closures in North Yorkshire

Location Expected race arrival Expected road closure
Sutton-in-Craven 1:24pm to 1:27pm 12:55pm to 1:55pm
Skipton 11:35am (caravans)
1:32pm to 1:37pm
1pm to 2pm
Embsay 1:40pm to 1:43pm 1:10pm to 2:10pm
Eastby 1:34pm to 1:49pm 1:15pm to 2:15pm
Code de Barden Moor 1:46pm to 1:52pm 1:15pm to 2:15pm
Burnsall 1:57pm to 2:05pm 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Thresfield 2:05pm to 2:14pm 1:35pm to 2:35pm
Kilnsey 2:13pm to 2:22pm 1:45pm to 2:45pm
Kettlewell 12:39pm (caravans)
2:19pm to 2:29pm
1:50pm to 2:50pm
Cote de Park Rash 2:29pm to 2:37pm 10am to 4:30pm
Braidley 2:36pm to 2:48pm 10am to 4:30pm
Horse House 2:39pm to 2:51pm 10am to 4:30pm
Carlton 2:45pm to 2:57pm 2:15pm to 3:20pm
Middleham 1:39pm (caravans)
2:55pm to 3:09pm
2:20pm to 3:35pm
East Witton 3pm to 3:14pm 2:20pm to 3:35pm
Masham 1:55pm (caravans)
3:16pm to 3:32pm
2:45pm to 4pm
Grewelthorpe 3:23pm to 3:40pm 2:45pm to 4pm
Kirkby Malzeard 3:27pm to 3:44pm 3pm to 4:15pm
Pateley Bridge 2:41pm (caravans)
3:47pm to 4:07pm
3:15 pm to 4:30pm
Cote de Greenhow Hill (Pateley Bridge to Duck Street) 3:55pm to 4:15pm 8am to 5pm
Greenhow Village 3:56pm to 4:16pm 3:30pm to 4:45pm
Blubberhouses A59 4:11pm to 4:33pm 3:40pm to 5pm
Tour de Yorkshire 2018

The impact in terms of road closures and parking restrictions will be kept to a minimum. There will also be parking restrictions in place along the race route.

Harrogate road closures and parking restrictions

Location Road closures Parking restrictions Road closure type
West Park 10am to 12noon
2:30pm to 5:30pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Fixed closure
Parliament Street 10am to 12noon
2:30pm to 5:30pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Fixed closure
Otley Road 10:50am to 12noon
4:15pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
B6161 Beckwithshaw 10:35am to 11:40am
4:15pm to 5:15pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
B6161 Beckwithshaw to A59 (race uses parts of this section twice so longer closure times are in place 10:30am to 12:15pm
4:00pm to 5:30pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Penny Pot Lane (Jubilee roundabout to Oakdale Bridge) 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Cornwall Road (Oakdale Bridge to Harlow Moor Road) 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Harlow Moor Road (Cornwall Road to Harlow Moor Drive) 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Harlow Moor Drive 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Valley Drive 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Royal Parade 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Cornwall Road (Royal Parade to Hereford Road) 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Hereford Road 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Kent Road 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Ripon Road (Kent Road to Parliament Street) 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Swan Road 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Crescent Road 10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure
Kings Road (Parliament Street to Cheltenham Crescent)  10:40am to 12noon
4:00pm to 5:00pm
8pm 2 May to 6pm 3 May Rolling closure

The above information is courtesy of North Yorkshire County Council. For further details, please visit the website.

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