Traffic Restrictions On Friday Morning In City

April 26, 2018 | 3 Comments

The police are advising that temporary traffic restrictions will be in effect from 10.00am on Friday [April 27] for an elite athletes’ familiarisation ride of the triathlon cycling racecourse, which is mainly within the City of Hamilton.

A police spokesperson said, “The motoring public is advised that temporary traffic restrictions will be in effect from 10am Friday, 27th April for an elite athletes’ familiarisation ride of the MS Amlin World Triathlon Bermuda cycling racecourse, which is mainly within the City of Hamilton.

“Police officers will assist with traffic management to facilitate this familiarisation.

“A group of approximately 100 cyclists riding under police escort [consisting of elite male and female triathletes, coaches and event officials], will set off from No. 1 Dock, continuing:

  • along Front Street towards North Roundabout
  • up Corkscrew Hill on to Middle Road, Devonshire
  • west along Middle Road on to Reid Street
  • down Queen Street on to Front Street
  • along Pitts Bay Road

“before turning around in the area of Woodbourne Avenue and heading back along Pitts Bay Road to Front Street.

“They will complete the circuit twice – which is anticipated to take no more than 30 minutes.

“The Bermuda Police Service would like to thank the motoring public in advance for their patience and cooperation.”

In addition to this on Friday morning, there will be significant road closures on Saturday to facilitate the triathlon and you can see maps/info on that here, and the police traffic advisory for Saturday here.

click here ITU Triathlon in Bermuda

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  1. Hummmm says:

    Great,,,,

    • Black Soil says:

      Why can’t the competition be held at Clearwater. Let me guess. The moneyed interests of Hamilton maybe??

  2. JohnBoy says:

    Ya serious don?

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