Traffic and travel advice for the Tour of Ulster Cycle in Cookstown

Tour of Ulster Cycle will be in Cookstown this weekend
Tour of Ulster Cycle will be in Cookstown this weekend

A large crowd is expected in Cookstown this weekend to watch the Tour of Ulster Cycle.

And while no road diversions are expected to be in place for the event, police have warned that traffic will be stopped as the cyclists move along.

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Here’s what to expect:

Sunday, May 3 – The Tour of Ulster Cycle reaches Cookstown. No traffic diversion are expected, however traffic will be stopped as the cyclists move along.

Monday, May 4 – Diversions will be in place from 8.45am until approximately 4pm in the Cookstown area. Disruption is also expected in the Fountain Road, Molesworth Street, Union Street, Coagh Street and Old Town areas.

Anyone wishing to travel through Cookstown should be mindful of the diversions and should use the Westland Road.