On August 6th and 7th, it is important to pay attention to the traffic in Tallinn and in the surrounding villages, like parking, traffic regulations, and public transport schedules have been changed. In order to cross the courses, the waiting time must also be taken into account for pedestrians. The organizers confirm that all residents will definitely be able to move home and out of their homes, however, they are asked to take into account the possible waiting time and to follow the instructions of traffic regulators (possible additional waiting time is up to 30 minutes). On the cycling and running courses, traffic is managed by licensed regulators. Residents and public transportation are allowed on roads according to the regulator’s decision. We recommend parking the vehicles in places, where you can move quickly if necessary on the day of the competition. Please note that between 08:00 and 15:00 there are most athletes on the course and the crossing may take longer. Traffic will be opened immediately after the last competitor.
On Saturday, August 6th, between 6:30 and 17:30, and on Sunday, August 7th, between 9:30 and 16:00, the IRONMAN Tallinn cycling course will close the following streets: Kalaranna, Tööstuse (Kalaranna – Kopli) Sitsi tn, Sõle tn (Sitsi – Kopli), Pelguranna, Lahepea (sidewalk), Paldiski mnt (the section between Lahepea – Tähetorni). Between the two days of the competition, the roads are opened.
On August 6th, the running distance closes the traffic on the following streets for the whole day from 9:00 to 7th of August at 00.00AM: Kalaranna, Kalasadama, Põhja pst (section between Kursi- Kalasadama), Väike-Rannavärava, Kanuti, Aia, Suurtüki.
On August 7th, the same route will be closed between 10:10 and 19:00. Between Saturday and Sunday, the roads are opened to traffic. In addition, Pikaliiva Street between Paldiski Road and Keskküla Street) and Sõudebaasi Road are closed to traffic from Friday to Sunday.