For an event of this scale, with over 12,000 participants expected, significant road closures will be required.
Run For All is working in partnership with Leeds City Council, local authority highways, emergency services and multi-agency planning groups to make sure the event is operated safely and securely.
We would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your support of the Rob Burrow Leeds Marathon and Leeds Half Marathon.
Pedestrian and emergency service access will be maintained to all properties throughout the event.
All times are approximate and subject to change
Interactive Road Closure Map
Additional Road Closure information
Click below to download the diversion map for the event.Diversion Map
Resident Access Leaflets
In addition to the main road closure leaflet, resident access leaflets containing specific local information are available for several areas across Leeds.
Click below to view leaflets
Vehicles and Parking
Parking is restricted to authorised vehicles only – security measures will prevent other vehicles approaching the Rob Burrow Leeds Marathon route.
Resident Pedestrian Access Pass
We are controlling access and implementing a Resident Pedestrian Access Pass for residents of the following streets;
- St Michael’s Lane
- Newport View
- Newport Crescent
The access will be restricted along St Michael’s Lane and Newport View (up to Newport Crescent) to the general public between 0800 – 10:30 on Sunday 14th May 2023 as we anticipate that spectators will wish to watch the start of the Rob Burrow Leeds Marathon and Leeds Half Marathon from these streets and will subsequently block the pavements.
Therefore, in order to maintain free pedestrian access for the residents of these streets, we would ask that you apply for a Resident Pedestrian Pass, which can be shown to our security managing the access points. Please click below to apply for this pass.Click here to apply for pass.