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OVO Energy Tour of Britain spectator guide – Manchester

Tour of Britain Manchester

Attending the OVO Energy Tour of Britain stage finish in Manchester city centre on Saturday 14 September? Plan your day with our handy spectator guide.

Attending the OVO Energy Tour of Britain stage finish in Manchester city centre on Saturday 14 September? Plan your day with our handy spectator guide.

Britain’s biggest and most prestigious cycle race heads to Deansgate on the eighth and final day of the 2019 event. Please consider the following information when planning your journey ahead of race day.

Click here to download this guide as a PDF.

Accessibility

Transport for Greater Manchester’s useful map will help racegoers with their travel arrangements on the day.

RAIL: Manchester is serviced by national rail routes into Victoria and Piccadilly train stations. Victoria is a 15-minute walk to the finish line, Piccadilly approximately 20 minutes.

nationalrail.co.uk

TRAM: Deansgate – Castlefield and St Peter’s Square Metrolink stops are a short walk away from Deansgate.

tfgm.com

BUS: National bus connections arrive at either Chorlton Street Bus Station or Shudehill Bus Exchange.

tfgm.com

ROAD: The Greater Manchester stage is accessible via the M6 motorway and the M62 motorway.

Please note that there will be no visitor parking at the finish.

Road closures

Several full road closures, along with surrounding roads, will be in operation

04:00 to 23:00: Liverpool Road, Deansgate (from Whitworth Street West to John Dalton Street), Quay Street, Peter Street

Rolling road closures (between 14:45 and 15:15 approximately): Regent Road eastbound (From the River Irwell to Trinity Way), Trinity Way (from Regent Road to Water Street), Water Street (from Trinity Way to New Elm Road)

Rolling road closures (between 15:00 and 16:00 approximately): Watson Street (from Great Bridgewater to Peter Street)

Tour Village

Don’t forget to visit the Tour Village on Quay Street, offering fans a big screen showing full live coverage of the stage, plus exhibits from race partners.

Local amenities

Manchester is a non-stop city something to do for any interest and something to eat to suit every taste.

With a range of place to stay there is a ready bed regardless of your budget.

visitmanchester.com

Downloads and links

Click here to visit the stage eight hub | Click here to download this guide as a PDF.

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