Spectator Safety And Behavior Guidelines
TT Prohibited & Restricted Areas Video
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During road closure periods no person or vehicle shall enter a prohibited area, except to go to the aid of a person or to prevent further danger or risk to the competitors or any other person.
The extent of the prohibited area shall be clearly marked and indicated by notices bearing the words "Prohibited Area".
During road closure periods no persons or vehicles shall enter a restricted area other than race officials, marshals, police officers in the course of their duty or other persons or vehicles approved by the Clerk of the Course.
The extent of the restricted area shall be clearly marked and indicated by notices bearing the words "Restricted Area".
Crossing Places and Access Corridors
During the practice and race periods no person or vehicle may pass any barriers on to the Course. Where a Police Officer is present the following crossing places are authorised between races and practices on race days. The following list is in course order:
- Ballaquayle Road and Ballanard Road, Douglas
- Stoney Road and Tromode Road, Douglas
- Peel Road between the Quarterbridge and Strang Road Union Mills
- Crosby, Old Church Road, Eyreton Road and Ballavitchel Road,
- Barregarrow crossroads, Michael
- Kirk Michael, Douglas Road Corner to the entrance to Faaie ny Cabbal
- Ballaugh, Station Road and Glen Road
- Sulby Glen crossroads, Lezayre
- Ramsey, Christian Street and Westbourne Road
- Ramsey, Lheaney Road and Barrule Park
- Onchan/Douglas, Signpost Corner and Bedstead Corner,
- Onchan/Douglas, Governor’s Road, Victoria Road and Second Avenue
Access Road to the inside of the TT Course
Restricted vehicular access to the inside of the course, including Noble’s Hospital, for cars and small vans below 3,500kg, is via the A5 New Castletown Road near the junction with the Quarterbridge Roundabout. The Access Road is narrow with passing places and traffic is controlled. No pedestrian access is permitted.
The TT Course will be re-opened for traffic by an official motor vehicle displaying a notice “Roads Open” proceeding along the Course upon the completion of the Practices and Races, and by the passing of such vehicle the part of the Course so passed is open for traffic. For the Mountain Road the official motor vehicle will display “Roads Open One Way”.
The TT Road Races Order defines the TT Course and details the definition of and locations of Prohibited and Restricted Areas. Plans of the Prohibited and Restricted areas may be inspected at the Welcome Centre, Sea Terminal, Douglas. Ancillary orders may be inspected at any Police Station or the Sea Terminal Reception. Offences against the Road Races Act 1982 or the Road Races Order 2013 may render the offender liable to a penalty not exceeding £2,500.
- Don’t park in the marshals’ lay-bys on the Mountain Road.
- There is a clearway on the TT Course 1 hour before road closures.
- Further information will be broadcast on local radio stations.