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UCI Road World Championships

Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning

The annual UCI Road World Championships will be held in Wollongong this September, marking the second-ever time the Championships have been held in the southern hemisphere.

Dating back to 1921, the Championships are held across eight days and include multiple events from the team time trial mixed relay and individual time trials to road race events. It also includes a variety of both men’s and women’s races ranging in age from juniors to elite.

Wollongong City Council is currently preparing to host the major international sporting event, which is expected to have both intermediate and long-term economic benefits for tourism and local businesses.

The event also forms part of Wollongong City Council’s long-term plans to get the city cycling, which includes the Council being given the UCI Bike City Label in recognition of their commitment to improving the cycling experience for the local community.

Safety is a top priority for the event’s organisers and there will be some changes to the city’s operation leading up to and during the Championships. Barker Ryan Stewart was engaged by Wollongong City Council for the provision of a Stage 3 road safety audit for the proposed temporary traffic facility arrangements associated with the UCI Road World Championships.

Project Details

Client:

Wollongong City Council

Location:

Wollongong

Services:

Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning

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