TRAVEL

Arriving on foot

If you live locally then walking to the event is the healthiest and cheapest way to get there. If you’re not too sure what the best walking route is, we recommend using: www.walkit.com

Ensure to select 'Nottingham' from the drop down and type in your location as well as Victoria embankment, to get the quickest walking routes.

Cycling to the event

Nottingham is part of the National Cycle Network and has a large number of cycle routes throughout the city. If you're unsure of the best route then visit: www.cyclestreets.net

On the website you can input your journey details and customise to your preferences.

There will be an official bike park section set up on site but please note that all bikes left will be at your own risk.

Arriving by Bus

Due to road closures bus services in Nottingham will be affected on the day. There will be more information revealed at a later date on the Nottingham City Transport website – www.nctx.co.uk and Trent Barton – www.trentbarton.co.uk on how your travel may be affected.

Arriving by Tram

On Race Weekend there should be a regular tram service in Nottingham.

The nearest tram stop is Meadows Embankment. If you are travelling from outside the City, we would encourage you to park at the Clifton Park and Ride site, as this is the nearest Park and Ride to the Meadows Embankment stop.

For any further information be sure to check on the Nottingham Tram Operators website:
www.thetram.net

Arriving by Train

The Nottingham train station is a 15 minute walk from Victoria Embankment (roughly a mile in distance).

Please check all train times with National Rail Enquiries – Telephone: 03457 48 49 50 or www.nationalrail.co.uk

Driving/Parking

There are two official race car parking sites all within easy walking distance of the Race Village.

More information coming soon.

Road Closures & Information

Road closures will be in place in some areas of the City on Sunday 27th September 2020. A full list of the 2020 road closures will be made available closer to the date.

As well as the necessary road closures for the event there are some roadworks affecting traffic not just in the City but on many roads as you approach Nottingham. Please plan your journey in advance and allow extra time for delays or congestion.

Across the weekend make sure you log onto www.nottinghampost.com for the latest up to date traffic and travel updates.