Race Day

Road Closures

Anzac Highway from the City to Glenelg will be closed to all traffic throughout the times specified.

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There will be no cross overs except after the majority of participants have passed. Slower participants may be asked onto footpaths to allow roads to re-open.

Brighton Road from South to North will be open, however traffic flow will be slow and under the control of SA Police.

Please try to find alternate routes during the times mentioned below.

Road Closures: Attention all participants

Police will maintain road closures until they deem it is no longer safe for participants to remain on the roadway. Any queries contact SA Police Traffic Planning Coordinator (08) 7322 4261. We thank you for your cooperation with this large undertaking of closing Anzac Highway for this event.

King William Street (both sides) and South Terrace will be closed. Anzac Highway southern Carriageway will be closed.

Anzac Highway between Kurralta Central Shopping Centre and Morphett Road (both sides) will be closed.

Brighton Road and Gordon Street Eastern carriageway will be closed. Jetty Road and Colley Terrace will be closed.

Contingency

The City-Bay Fun Run Committee reserve the right to alter the course and/or race format without notice. These changes may reflect altering the course, because of circumstances outside the control of the organiser and under the direction of SA Police, DPTI, sponsors, councils or other organisations that are associated with the event.

For details contact the City-Bay Fun Run on 1300 Fun Run (386 786) or check the public notices in The Advertiser on Wednesday 13 September 2017.

Road Closure Details

The following roads will be closed to vehicle traffic on Sunday 17 September 2017 between the times shown for the Sunday Mail City-Bay Fun Run.

Within the Adelaide City Council

  • King William Road, Adelaide between War Memorial Drive and North Terrace.
    Closure time 5.30am to 10.30am
  • King William Street, Adelaide between North Terrace and South Terrace. (western carriageway)
    Closure time 7.15am to 10.00am
  • King William Street, Adelaide between North Terrace and South Terrace. (eastern carriageway)
    Closure time 7.45am to 10.00am
  • South Terrace, Adelaide between King William Street and West Terrace.
    Closure Time 7.30am to 10.00am
  • Anzac Highway, Adelaide between West Terrace and Greenhill Road. (southern carriageway only)
    Closure Time 7.30am to 10.30am

Within the City of Unley

  • Anzac Highway between Greenhill Road and South Road. (southern carriageway only)
    Closure Time 7.30am to 11.00am

Within the City of West Torrens Thebarton

  • Anzac Highway between Grey Street and Warwick Avenue (northern carriageway)
    Closure Time 5:30am-11:00am
  • Anzac Highway between Ruthven Avenue and Morphett Road (both sides of Anzac Highway)
    Closure Time 7:30am-11:15am
  • Anzac Highway between South Road and Ruthven Avenue (southern carriageway only)
    Closure Time 7.30am to 11.15am
  • Anzac Highway between Marion Road and Warwick Avenue (northern carriageway)
    Closure Time 6.30am to 11:00am

Within the City of Holdfast Bay

  • Anzac Highway, Glenelg East between Morphett Road and Gordon Street. (southern carriageway only)
    Closure Time 7.30am to 12.30pm
  • Brighton Road, Glenelg between Anzac Highway and Jetty Road (eastern carriageway only)
    Closure Time 7.40am to 12.30pm
  • Gordon Street, Glenelg between Anzac Highway and Jetty Road
    Closure Time 7.40am to 12.30pm
  • Jetty Road, Glenelg between Moseley Street and Colley terrace.
    Closure Time 12.30am to 2.00pm.
  • Jetty Road, Glenelg between Brighton Road and Moseley Street.
    Closure Time 6.00am to 12.30pm.
  • Colley Terrace, Glenelg between Jetty Road and Anzac Highway.
    Closure Time 5.00am to 2.00pm.
  • Augusta Street, Glenelg between Durham Street and Colley Terrace.
    Closure Time 5.00am to 2.00pm.
  • MAXWELL TCE, Glenelg East between Brighton Road and Fortrose Street
    Closure Time 7.40am to 12.30pm.

Sunday Mail City to Bay Fun Run 2017 – Temporary Parking Restrictions

The 2017 Sunday Mail City to Bay Fun Run will be held on Sunday 17 September.

As in previous years, the event will comprise a 12km run commencing in King William Street Adelaide and a Half City-Bay 6km run commencing at the Centro Shopping Centre Kurralta Park. The organisers estimate in excess of 30,000 competitors will take part overall with approximately 8,000 runners expected for this year’s Half City-Bay 6km event.

To ensure the safety of entrants starting the Half City-Bay and to maintain public transport, Council will have temporary parking restrictions in force in several adjacent streets on Sunday morning.

In addition to existing permanent parking controls, temporary parking controls will be installed and parking will be prohibited:-

  • along the northern side of Anzac Highway from Marion Road to Warwick Avenue;
  • on the northern side of Mortimer Street between Gray Street and Warwick Avenue;
  • on both sides of Warwick Avenue between Mortimer Street and Anzac Highway;
  • on the southern side of Anzac Highway between South Road and Beckman Street;
  • on the southern side of Anzac Highway outside the Highway Hotel.

The parking controls will commence at 6am and finish at 12 noon on Sunday.

The signs will be placed along Anzac Highway, Mortimer Street and Warwick Avenue by Friday prior to the event and removed early on Monday morning following the event.

If you require further information in relation to these parking restrictions, please contact the City Assets Department on 8416 6333 or via email to csu@wtcc.sa.gov.au for assistance.


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