Temporary Road Closures – Eastleigh 10k Road Race – 20th March 2022
Please find below details of temporary road closures for the Eastleigh 10k Road Race taking place on Sunday 20th March 2022. All details remain the same as in previous years.
Period of Closure:
The restrictions will be in place from approximately 08:30 hrs until 11:00 hrs on Sunday 20th March.
Temporary road closures: (pedestrian access to these roads will not be affected)
Passfield Avenue (for its entire length)
Woodside Avenue (for its entire length)
A335 Leigh Road (eastbound lane across Passfield Avenue/Woodside Avenue jct closed).
A335 Leigh Road (between its junctions with Passfield Avenue and Nutbeem Road)
Shakespeare Road (for its entire length).
A335 Twyford Road (northbound lane, for its entire length).
Kipling Road (for its entire length).
Derby Road (Passfield Avenue to Desborough Road)
Desborough Road (between Derby Road & Chestnut Avenue).
Chestnut Avenue (eastbound lane between Desborough Road and Passfield Ave)
Dew Lane (for its entire length).
Bill Luffman Way (between Dew Lane and Leigh Road),
Nightingale Avenue (between Magpie Lane & Passfield Avenue).
Woodside Avenue (Prohibition of left turn into A335 Leigh Road).
Woodside Avenue (Prohibition of right turn into Shakespeare Road.
Launceston Drive, Bosville, Allbrook Knoll, Broadlands Avenue, Shakespeare Road, Chestwood View (Prohibition of right turns into Woodside Avenue).
Monks Brook Close, Monks Way – east and west arms, Cheriton Road, Mansbridge Road, Arnold Road (Prohibition of right turns into Chestnut Avenue).
Alternative Route (eastbound into Eastleigh): Woodside Avenue (northbound) for approx. 30 mins whilst the Leigh Road junction is closed. A335 Twyford Road (southbound).
Alternative Route (westbound from Eastleigh): A335 Southampton Road & Wide Lane (southbound), Stoneham Lane, Chestnut Avenue.
With the exception of Passfield Avenue, which will remain closed for the duration of the race, other roads will open and restrictions lifted as runners pass through.