Tour of Oman 2023: ROP announces partial closure of roads for stage 2

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The Royal Oman Police announces partial closure of roads during the Tour of Oman race 2023 for the 2nd stage.

In a statement ROP said: “The Royal Oman Police- Directorate of Relations and Security Information – announces a partial closure during the Tour of Oman 2023  for the Stage (2). Vehicles will be permitted to park on the sides of the roads adjacent to the race tack of the Tour of Oman 2023. Cooperation with ROP is appreciated and will serve the public interest. The rout of Stage (2) will be as follows:

Stage 2: Al Rustaq Fort – Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre 

Saturday 11th, February – 12:00 PM

Departing from Al Rustaq Fort in Al Batinah South Governroate – Heading to Wilayat Al Awabi – Then turning right to Buwah Fanja Road – Heading towards Al Jafnayn – Then heading to Governorate of Muscat through Al Rusayl Road – Turning right across Al Rusayl Al Mawaleh bridge towards Al Murtafa’a Camp Road – Then turning right to Muscat Expressway through Al Irfan intersection down to the Medical City Hospital for Military and Police apparatuses round-about – Then returning through the same route – Ending at Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre ( OCEC).”

 

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