Kirkstall Road: Leeds 10k 2019 road closures announced

2 July 2019

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The Leeds 10k takes place around the city centre and up Kirkstall Road this weekend – here is the full list of road closures for the popular annual event.

Thousands of runners will be taking part in the popular annual evenmt – but there will be some disruption ahead for motorists and bus users.

Roads and junctions will be closed between 5am on Saturday, July 6 and 4pm on Sunday, July 7.

Here is a list and times of road closures in West Leeds:

Burley Place

The whole road will be shut

08:30 – 11:30am

Commercial Road

From Kirkstall Road to Kirkstall Lane

08:30 – 11:30am

Inner Ring Road (eastbound carriageway)

Slip road to West Street

06:00am – 1.30pm

Inner Ring Road (westbound carriageway)

Slip road to Park Lane

06:00 – 1pm

Kirkstall Road (eastbound)

The whole road is closed

08:30 – 12pm

Kirkstall Road (westbound)

The whole road is closed

08:30 – 11.30am

Viaduct Road

Junction with Burley Place

08:30 – 11.30am

Willow Road

Kirkstall Road to Burley Road

08:30 – 12pm

Check out the diversion map here.

Full road closure information can be found here.

A full list of bus diversions can be found here.

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