On Sunday May 3, police will use rolling roadblocks ahead of the cyclists to protect them and will close off junctions as necessary as the race passes through.
This means, in contrast to the programme of lengthy road closures for last year's Tour de France, roads will only close just before cyclists arrive, and will reopen after they have passed.
Only one road in Huddersfield will be closed for the full day — a section of the route from Slaithwaite to Scapegoat Hill.
Clough Road, from its junction with Crimble Bank to its Junction with Bolster Moor Road, will be completely closed from 10am-4pm.
Residents who need to access their cars during this time need to move them before 10am on the day.
There will also be some additional parking restrictions between 10am-4pm on Sunday May 3:
• Station Road, Bank Lane to Victoria Street traffic lights – restricted both sides
• Greenfield Road, as far as Briar Court – restricted, uphill right hand side only
• Holmfirth Road, Coniston Road to Morrisons – restricted left side only in direction of race travel
• Meltham Road, just before Gatehead to Manchester Road – restricted both sides
• Brougham Road (Manchester Road end) – first 25m restricted both sides; next 25m restricted left side only
• Ned Lane – restricted both sides
• Station Road – restricted left hand side direction of race travel
• Clough Road within full road closure – restricted both sides
For more information about parking restrictions and closures, people can call the Kirklees Council Helpline on 01484 414884 or email email@example.com.