Road Closure For Puma Night Run 2016 Singapore
Are you ready for the wildest night run of the year?
The PUMA Night run is set to light up the night on 27 August, Saturday. To facilitate the race at JTC Seletar Aerospace Park, roads will be closed to minimize vehicular traffic along the race route. The affected roads will be closed from 5.00pm to 9.00pm on 27 August 2016, Saturday.
The names of roads that will be closed are:
- West Camp Road (all lanes)
- Seletar Aerospace Drive (from West Camp Rd to Seletar Camp)
- Seletar Aerospace Heights
- Seletar Aerospace View
- Hampstead Gardens
- Old Birdcage Walk
- Seletar Aerospace Road 1 & 2
Only SBS buses, PUMA Night Run shuttle buses, operational vehicles and police and emergency vehicles will be granted access. Participants arriving after 5.30pm will have to alight at the Seletar Aerospace Way entrance and board a complimentary chartered bus into the race village. Operations for bus service 103 and 117 will not be affected.
Auxiliary police officers will be deployed to regulate traffic and assist motorists.
Directions to Race
Participants should also be informed that there will be no parking lots within the vicinity and are advised to purchase the shuttle bus services.
Shuttle bus services to and from the Race Village at JTC Seletar Aerospace Park will be available ($5 for one-way and $8 for round trip). The pick-up and drop-off location is at Punggol MRT, with four time slots to select from.
Runners are to produce the confirmation slip (both hard copy and soft copy will do) when boarding the bus. In addition, direction signage and race volunteers will be stationed at Punggol MRT to guide runners to the pick-up point.
Online registration for shuttle bus service is available at the PUMA Night Run official website.
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