Cape Town - The Sanlam Cape Town Marathon is one of South Africa’s sporting highlights, with over 20 000 participants expected to take to the streets on Sunday 23 September 2018, including athletes from over 75 countries from around the world.
Roads and public-transport services near the 42.2km IAAF Gold Label marathon and the 10km routes will be busy and possibly congested and, in some instances, may be inaccessible on the day. Please allow additional travelling time as there may be delays.
The main transport impact:
Certain roads within the Atlantic Seaboard, CBD and suburbs (including Woodstock, Salt River, Observatory, Mowbray, Rondebosch, Newlands and Claremont) will be closed from 03h00 to 13h30.
MyCiti, GABS bus routes and City Sightseeing bus routes will be affected in certain areas.
KEY ROAD CLOSURES:
Beach Road (both carriageways) will be closed from Haul Road through to Queens Circle from 06h00 – 09h30; it will be managed in phased approach – to detour via Main Road.
Queens Circle / Queens Road / Regent Road / Church Road is closed from 06h00 to 07h35
Beach Road between Queens Circle and Clarens Road / Beach Road is closed from 06h00 to 07h35
Beach Road City Outbound Carriageway between Queens Circle and Rocklands Rd is closed from 06h00 – 08h00
Beach Road City Outbound Carriageway between Rocklands Rd and Three Anchor Bay, lane closure from 06h00 – 09h00
Beach Road City Inbound Carriageway is closed from 06h00 – 09h15.
For a more comprehensive and detailed list go to the website - http://www.capetownmarathon.com/information/road-closures/)