September 21, 2023

Road Closures for Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon, Sunday 2 December

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The Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon will be taking place on Sunday, 2 December, from 5:00AM to 11:30AM. There will be several road closures along its route. We ask that motorists travelling in these areas on Sunday be mindful of the safety of participants and spectators. Police will be on hand to direct local traffic along the route.

The following closures will take place on Saturday night:

–          Cardinal Avenue will be closed from 8:00PM

–          The junction of Harbour Drive and Fort Street will be closed from 12:00AM (Sunday)


The following closures will occur from 2:00AM-12:00PM Sunday:

–          The Westbound left lane will be closed from South Sound Road along Shamrock Road to the first roundabout on the East-West Arterial (at Prospect Point Road). Westbound traffic will be reduced to a single right lane.

–          The junction at the end of South Sound Road and Shamrock Road will be closed. The road will be open into Grand Harbour and to Crewe Road.


The following junctions will be closed from 4:30AM-12:00PM Sunday:

–          The junction of Edward and Fort Street (George Town Clock)

–          The junction of Fort Street and Harbour Drive

–          The junction of Edward Street and Cardinal Avenue

–          The junction of Main Street and Shedden Road

–          The junction of South Church Street and Goring Avenue

–          The junction of Shedden Road and Elgin Avenue

–          The junction of Elgin Avenue and Hospital Road (Government Administration Building Roundabout)

–          The junction of South Sound Road and Walkers Road

–          The junction of South Church Street and Goring Avenue

–          Walkers Road at Hinds Way and at Academy Way

–          The junction of Aspiration Drive and Hinds Way

–          The Junction of Old Crewe Road and South Sound

–          Prospect Point Road will also be closed


The following junction will be closed from 10:30AM-12:00PM Sunday:

–          The junction of Elgin Avenue at Humber Lane

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