MORE than 40 streets across the city will be closed on Sunday during a Glasgow road race. 

Thousands of runners will take part in the Men's 10k Glasgow on Father's Day this year. 

The event, which looks to raise awareness for men's mental health, will again kick off at the Riverside Museum.

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Runners will then make their way along the riverfront, past the SEC Hydro and into the city centre, working their way towards George Square. 

Evening Times: Source: www.mens10k.comSource: www.mens10k.com

From there, participants will cross then cross the river, head around Glasgow Green, before finishing up by returning to George Square. 

Two events, in Glasgow and Edinburgh, will take place simultaneously. 

As a result of the race, a number of traffic measures will be put in place to ensure the safety of runners and volunteers. 

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A policy of no waiting, loading or unloading will be in place on the below routes from 3pm on Saturday, June 15, 2019. 

From 6am on Sunday, June 16, all traffic will be prohibited on the routes. 

Roads will reopen as the event passes and equipment has been removed, before fully reopening at 2pm.

As well as the closures, seven bus lanes in the area will also be suspended from 6am until 2pm. 

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A full list of all roads in Glasgow closed off for the Men's 10k race: 

  1. Anderston Quay, between Hydepark Street and Lancefield Quay
  2. Argyle Street, between Hope Street and Queen Street
  3. Albion Street, between Trongate and Access to Multi-storey Car Park
  4. Arcadia Street, for its entire length
  5. Bridgegate,between Kings Street and Saltmarket
  6. Broomielaw, (Westbound), between Glasgow Bridge and Brown Street
  7. Buchanan Street, between Argyle Street and St Vincent Place
  8. Candleriggs, for its entire length
  9. Castlebank Street, between Hayburn Street and Pointhouse Place
  10. Cochrane Street, for its entire length
  11. Congress Way, for its entire length
  12. Clyde Street, between Crown Street and Bridegate
  13. Clyde Place, between West Street and Commerce Street
  14. Crown Street, for its entire length
  15. Finnieston Quay, westbound for its entire length
  16. George Square (West, East and South), for its entire length
  17. George Square (North) for its entire length (restricted loading and waiting only)
  18. Glassford Street, for its entire length
  19. George Street, between North Frederick Street and John Street (restricted loading and waiting only)
  20. Greendyke Street, for its entire length
  21. Hanover Street, for its entire length
  22. High Street, between Bell Street and Gallowgate
  23. Ingram Street, between Queen Street and Albion Street
  24. Kings Bridge, nearside lane for its entire length
  25. Kings Drive, nearside lane for its entire length
  26. King Street, (Southbound) between Kings Street car park and Bridgegate
  27. King Street, between Parnie Street and Trongate
  28. Lancefield Quay, for its entire length
  29. London Road, between Charlotte Street and Saltmarket
  30. Montrose Street, between George Street and Ingram Street
  31. North Hanover Street, between Cathedral Street and George Square
  32. Oswald Street, for its entire length
  33. Pointhouse Place, for its entire length
  34. Queen Street, for its entire length
  35. Saltmarket, between Trongate and Crown Street
  36. South Frederick Street, for its entire length
  37. Stobcross Road, for its entire length
  38. St Vincent Place, for its entire length
  39. Stockwell Street, between Howard Street and Trongate
  40. Templeton Street, for its entire length
  41. Trongate, for its entire length
  42. The Green, (Southbound) between London Road and Kings Drive
  43. Wilson Street, between Hutcheson Street and Virginia Street