The Paisley 10k Road Race will be taking place at 10am on Sunday 21st August with the Fun Run commencing at 12:15pm
Motorists should be aware that some roads will be temporarily closed to traffic for a few hours while the Paisley 10k and Fun Run is on.
They won’t be closed for long and there are always alternative routes you can take to get you where you want to be.
The list of roads affected are as follows -
The Renfrewshire Council in exercise of the powers conferred on them by Section 16(A) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, and of all other existing powers, with the consent of the Scottish Ministers under section 16 B(6) of the said Act, hereby make the following Order:-
1. This Order may be cited as “The Renfrewshire Council (Various Roads, Paisley) (Temporary
Closures) (Road Races) Order 2016” and shall come into operation at 0800 hours and will
remain in operation under Police control until 1400 hours on Sunday, 21st August 2016.
2. No person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any motor vehicle (with the exception of
vehicles connected with Paisley Vision 10K Road Race and Fun Run on the
associated public entertainments proposed to be operated on or near these roads.
Argyle Street, at its junction with Lady Lane
Blackstoun Road, at its western junction with the roundabout at Ferguslie Park Avenue
Bridge Street, both carriageways, from Lonend to Abbey Close (to enable Fun Run to cross Bridge Street)
Canal Street, from Stow Brae to Main Road Castlehead, except for access to fire station and adjacent businesses
Causeyside Street, from Canal Street to St Mirren Street, except for access to Orchard Street
Causeyside Street (side road) from Causeyside Street to Forbes Place
Cotton Street, from Bridge Street to Gauze Street (except for Paisley Abbey church parking)
County Place, from Moss Street to Gilmour Street
Craigielea Avenue, at its junction with Ferguslie Park Avenue
Drums Avenue, at its junction with Greenhill Road
Ferguslie Park Avenue, from Greenhill Road to Tannahill Road
Forbes Place, from Causeyside Street (side road) to Causeyside Street
Gauze Street, from Mill Street to St James Bridge
George Street, from Barr Place to Tower Terrace
Gilmour Street, from Central Road to High Street (except for taxis at taxi rank)
Greenhill Road, from Underwood Road to Ferguslie Park Avenue, except for access to premises
High Street,from Gauze Street at St James Bridge, to the East side of Townhead Terrace
High Street, from Lady Lane to the East side of Townhead Terrace (except for Coats Memorial church parking and access to Townhead Terrace)
Lady Lane, from George Street to High Street
Lawn Street, from Incle Street to Gauze Street
McKenzie Street, from Greenhill Road to Drums Crescent
Moss Street, from School Wynd to Old Sneddon Street
Murray Street, from McKean Street to Greenhill Road, except for access to premises, the junction of Murray Street and Greenhill Road being closed.
New Street, from Witherspoon Street to High Street
Oakshaw Street East, from School Wynd to its western extremity
School Wynd, from Moss Street to Oakshaw Street East
Silk Street, from Lawn Street to Gauze Street
Smithhills Street, from Gauze Street to Central Road
St Mirren Street, from Causeyside Street to The Cross
Storie Street, from Witherspoon Street to High Street
Tannahill Road, from Ferguslie Park Avenue southwards for 5 metres or thereby
Underwood Road, from Caledonia Street to Kerr Street
Underwood Road, from Well Street to Kerr Street, except for access to premises
Weighhouse Close, from New Street to its northern extremity
Witherspoon Street, from Storie Street to New Street
Wardrope Street, at George Street
3 Three parking bays on the south side of George Street at West Buchanan Place will be suspended to allow the 10k to cross the road without obstruction.
Parking will be suspended on the North side of George Street from Causeyside Street to Barr Place.
4. Traffic will be controlled by the police when necessary at Baronscourt Road junction with Linwood
Road, between the approximate times of 1015 and 1045 hours, to avoid danger. The runners should
keep to the footway on the north side of Baronscourt Road.