MOTORISTS are advised that several roads will close to allow the Stockton Triathlon to take place on Sunday 22 August.
The event is part of the week-long Take to the Tees festival of sporting and other activities based around the river.
The closures affect Stockton's Riverside, the Princess of Wales Bridge and the one-way system around Church Road from 8am until 4pm (until 5pm for Riverside).
In Thornaby's Teesdale area, Princeton Drive, University Boulevard and Harvard Avenue will all close from 12.30-4pm.
Signed diversions will be provided where possible and pedestrian and emergency access will be maintained.
To find out more about Take to the Tees, visit www.stockton.gov.uk
Full details of roads affected are shown below:
Road Location Diversion Route Approx Closure Time
Council of Europe Boulevard (Princess of Wales Bridge), Stockton Full Length No Diversion Route 8am - 4pm
Maritime Road (Part) From its Junction with Church Road to its Junction with Portrack Lane No Diversion Route 8am - 4pm
Princeton Drive Full Length No Diversion Route (Access to be maintained to Medical Arrival Practice) 12.30 - 4pm
University Boulevard Full Length No Diversion Route 12.30 - 4pm
Harvard Avenue Full Length No Diversion Route 12.30 - 4pm
Riverside (Part) From its junction with Council of Europe Boulevard to its junction with Tower Street Portrack Lane, Maritime Road, Allinson Street, Leads Street, Nelson Terrace, Prince Regent Street, Yarm Lane 8am - 5pm
Church Road (Part) From its junction with Thistle Green to Hill Street East No Diversion Route 8am - 4pm
'Gyratory System' Full Length Linking Church Road, North Shore Road, Riverside, Maritime Road No Diversion Route 8am - 4pm