During the World Cycling Championships in Glasgow, there will be road closures that might affect the journey to your upcoming appointments.
The closures will be in effect from Friday, August 4th, until Tuesday, August 8th, and then again from Saturday, August 12th, to Sunday, August 13th. Our Glasgow clinic, located near George Square and along the cycling route on St Vincent Street, will experience continuous disruption during these periods. We advise allowing extra travel time for your appointments, even on days without scheduled races.
While all walkways and paths will remain open throughout the event, please be aware that they may be crowded, and crossing the roads could be limited. Pedestrian access will be maintained via various crossing points along the route.
Our Stirling Clinic is also near one of the cycling routes used for the races, and roads nearby will be shut between the 7th-15th August. The roads directly next to the clinic will remain open, however, nearby roads will be closed so expect delays and diversions.
If you’re unsure about how to reach your appointment, don’t hesitate to contact our team at 0333 320 7788 for assistance.
Here is a list of all roads in Glasgow affected by the Championships:
- Sauchiehall Street, along with its entry points
- Buchanan Street, along with its entry points
- Bath Street, along with its entry points
- St Vincent Street, along with its entry points
- A section of Argyle Street, along with its entry points
- Hill Street
- Rose Street
- West George Street
- West Regent Street
- Cathedral Street
- George Square
- Collins Street
- A section of High street
- Montrose Street
- Gordon Street
- Douglas Street
- Byres Road
- University Avenue
- Great George Street
- Gibson Street
- Royal Terrace
- Clairmont Gardens
- Woodside Place
- Greendykes Street
- Turnbull Street