Traffic & Transport

Your travel on public transport is included.

Sydney Running Festival event participants and volunteers are entitled to return travel on:

  • Train services (bounded by Bomaderry, Goulburn, Bathurst and Dungog stations)
  • Regular and special event shuttle bus services
  • Ferry services
  • Light Rail services

Getting to Sydney Running Festival by:

Train
Extra train services will operate throughout the morning. The best station to the starting line is Milsons Point Station. More information will is available at transportnsw.info.

Bus
Extra bus services will operate throughout the morning. Hundreds of local bus routes operate in the city, suburbs and beyond, while buses on major routes will operate 24 hours a day. More information will is available at transportnsw.info.

Ferry
Please be aware that on Sunday’s, ferries are very busy so make sure you have a back-up plan when travelling to and from the event. More information will is available at transportnsw.info.

Car
For the safety of the thousands of people running during the event, there will be extensive road closures and special event clearways in the Sydney CBD, Milsons Point, Moore Park and Pyrmont. Extra trains and buses will run, so leave the car at home.

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Road closures and special event clearways will be in place on Sunday 18 September 2016.

How this may affect you?

To ensure the safety of participants and volunteers, no vehicle access will be permitted on the course during the road closure times. Roads will progressively reopen along the route after runners pass.

Area specific maps

Download a map with road closure and special event clearways in affected areas.

Course Overview >>
Sydney CBD, Millers Point, Dawes Point, The Rocks & Darlinghurst >>
North Sydney >>
Pyrmont, Ultimo & Darling Harbour >>
Centennial & Moore Park >>