Road closures will be in place on Sunday morning to make way for the Dubai Run along Sheikh Zayed Road.
According to the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), Sheikh Zayed Road will be closed in both directions from the Trade Centre Roundabout to the 2nd Interchange, from 4:00 am to 10:00 am.
The lower Financial Centre Street and the Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard Road will also be closed from 4:00 am to 10:00 am.
Motorists are advised to follow the directional signs for alternative routes.
These include Al Wasl Street, Al Khail Road, Al Meydan Street, Al Asayel Street, 2nd Zaa’beel Street, 2nd December Street, and Al Hadiqa Street.
#RTA announces the new traffic plan during the #DubaiRun on Sunday, Nov 20, 2022, in collaboration with @DXBFitChallenge. Please check your nol card balance (a minimum top-up of AED 15 for return tickets) to avoid congestion & any inconvenience, and arrive on time.@Dubai_Calendar— RTA (@rta_dubai) November 18, 2022
تقدّم لكم الهيئة بالتعاون مع #تحدي_دبي_للياقة، الخطة المرورية الخاصة بفعاليات #تحدي_دبي_للجري الذي يُقام يوم الأحد 20 نوفمبر 2022. التزموا بالإرشادات وانطلقوا باكراً للوصول في الوقت المناسب وتفقّدوا رصيد #نول قبل المغادرة (15 درهم لرحلتي الذهاب والعودة).@DubaiPoliceHQ pic.twitter.com/1VRCP3GinO— RTA (@rta_dubai) November 18, 2022
With tens of thousands of people joining the run on Sunday, organisers are reminding participants to ensure they have their run bib.
Runners must arrive at the time given during their registration process; starting from 4:00 am for the run’s start at 6:30 am.
Dubai Metro will be open from 3:30 am and is the easiest way to travel to and from the event.