The latest Tour de France report on road closures

Harewood House to the Bradford border on the A660

• The A659 will be closed from its junction with the A61 Harrogate Road through Arthington, Pool-in Wharfdale and Otley (via Ilkley Road) and then the A660 from Bradford Road towards Burley in Wharfedale from 5am.

• From 5am the following roads will be closed: Weardley Lane; the A659 from its junction with the A61 Harrogate road through Arthington, Pool-in-Wharfedale and Otley to the old Ilkley Road; the old Ilkley Road from the A659 to the A660 and the A660 from the Bradford Road Roundabout to the Bradford boundary and beyond to facilitate the race.
• Vehicles will not be permitted back on to the race route until the closures have been lifted after the race at approximately 3pm.
• Generally, on-street parking will be prohibited along the race route from 7pm on Friday 4 July until the closures have been lifted after the race.  Residents are advised to move vehicles to a suitable place away from the race route if they need to use them during the closure period.  Any vehicles left on the race route after 5am risk being towed away.
• In Pool-in-Wharfedale the A658 Main Street will remain open until approximately 8am on Saturday 5 July to provide access to the spectator car parking.  It will open again as soon as possible after the race has passed.
• In Otley Kirkgate, Manor Square and Courthouse Street will also close for the set-up of the Spectator Hub at 5am.  Access across the race route will be maintained via Crossgate and Wesley Street until approximately 8am.  It will open again as soon as possible after the race has passed.  The roads closed for the Spectator Hub in the centre of Otley will remain closed until 8pm at the latest.  Residents on Ilkley Road will be provided with alternative parking in the Wharfebank Business Centre.

 

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