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Story added: 4th July 2019

Travel information for runners & spectators for race day

Race day will see up to 7,500 runners and tens of thousands of spectators converge upon Norwich city centre.

While we recommend walking or cycling into the city in the first instance, if this is not possible, we’ve listed out some potential ways you could get to the race below.

Park n' Ride

Norwich Park n’ Ride will be operating a special service from Airport & Thickthorn every 20 minutes on race day. The first buses will leave at 7am and last buses back from the City Centre will be at 5pm. Due to road closures, Airport will operate to/from a temporary bus stop in Duke Street (near Premier Inn) and Thickthorn will operate to/from Norwich Bus Station. Standard fares will apply with discounts after 12 o’clock.

Car Parking

Car Parking

For runners and spectators that wish to park a vehicle in the city centre on race-day, we have listed a few options in our suggested parking locations map.

Click here to view the map.

Please note: The Forum car park is closed, as it is reserved for race volunteers.

Taxis

The taxi rank on Gaol Hill will temporarily be moved to Exchange Street, while the taxi rank usually located in Tombland will be closed.

Buses

There will be changes to bus times and routes while the race is on. For full information, please visit the website of the relevant provider:

To see more information about race day road closures and parking restrictions, please click here.

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