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Travel advice with regard to sporting Sunday

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People planning journeys around Bolton, South Manchester or simply Salford today (4 October) are encouraged to plan in advance in light of several sporting events happening.

The Manchester 100 Bike Ride, the Bolton Community 50 percent Marathon and the UKFast City of Salford 10k events may all take place this morning and will involve a number of road closures and digressions.

Buses, trains and trams may also be expected to be busier as participants along with spectators head to the commence lines.

Manchester 100 Bicycle Ride

The Manchester 100 Ride a bike event will start and handle at Wythenshawe Park, while using 100-mile trail going through Manchester and out to Cheshire. The start times will work from 8.15am to 9am. Last year’s situation saw more than Three,000 riders get involved. People travelling in the region should expect local paths to be busier early on and during the afternoon finish.

Bolton Community Half Marathon

The fifty percent marathon will start for Le Mans Cres, Bolton, at 10am and is supposed to last for three a lot of time. There will be a number of roads closures and bus company diversions in place during central Bolton, Lostock and Westhoughton areas. Roads and track services are expected to become busier than normal thus please allow extra time to travel.

UKFAST City of Salford 10k

This competition will start at 15.15am from the MediaCity Plaza on Saturday and will result in a quantity of road closures in the Trafford Park your car and Salford areas somewhere between 9am and 1pm. There will also be diversions to a wide variety of bus services in the area and the roads plus Metrolink services are expected being busier than usual.

Drivers will be advised to allow added time to travel and to employ public transport wherever possible.

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) will be monitoring roads together with making any changes needed to traffic signals to guide traffic flows, producing travel easier. Diversions will be signposted and announcements will be displayed on curbside variable messaging signals.

For information on public transport all around Greater Manchester pay a visit to www.tfgm.com as well as call 0161 244 1000 (7am-8pm, Friday to Friday, along with 8am-8pm at weekends and also bank holidays).

For numerous Metrolink services visit web.metrolink.co.uk, call up Metrolink Customer Services upon 0161 205 2000 and also follow @MCRMetrolink for are living travel updates.

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