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Traffic Control for Tour De Taiwan on March 11

Traffic Control for Tour De Taiwan on March 11Around 200 cyclists from 24 teams worldwide are expected to compete during the first stage event of the Tour De Taiwan. The competition will take place from 9 AM to noon on Sunday, March 11.  
 
Traffic measures will be in force along the race route before and during the event. The following is the schedule of the traffic control:
 

  1. City Hall Road (between Songgao and Songshou Road): Four lanes on the east side will be closed to traffic from 11:00 to midnight, March 10. The lane on the west may be used as the reversible lane, subject to the actual traffic flow. All lanes will be closed to traffic from midnight, March 10 to 17:00, March 11.
  2. Xinyi No. 1 Road: All lanes will be closed from 8:00 to 12:00, March 11.
  3. Renai Road (All sections): The central fast-traffic lane and bus lane will be closed from 7:00 to 12:00, March 11.
  4. Songgao Road (between City Hall Road and Yixian Road): Four lanes on the south side will be closed to traffic from 8:00 to 12:00, March 11. The lane on the north side will remain open for westbound traffic.
  5. Yixian Road (between Songgao and Renai Road): All lanes will be closed from 8:00 to 12:00, March 11.
  6. Yixian Road (between Zhongxiao East Road and Songgao Road): Southbound lanes will be closed to traffic from 8:00 to 12:00, March 11.
  7. Songshou Road: (between Xinyi No. One Road and City Hall Road): Four lanes on the north side will be closed from 8:00 to 12:00, March 11. The lane on the south side will remain open for eastbound traffic.
     
Drivers are advised to be aware of the traffic control measures and reroute. Bus service in the control area will be suspended during the race. For information on diverted bus routes, please check the Public Transportation Office website http://www.pto.gov.taipei/ (Chinese).