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Getting around Daytona Beach during Bike Week
Hundreds of thousands of people will be in the Daytona Beach area March 6-15 for Bike Week. Large crowds are expected in the following areas, especially at night:
For the schedule of Bike Week activities, visit the Official Bike Week website at www.officialbikeweek.com.
Note: The Cycles and Clydesdales parade will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 8. The parade begins in the 600 block of N. Wild Olive Avenue, travels east on Oakridge Boulevard to Atlantic Avenue (S.R. A1A), south on Atlantic Avenue (S.R. A1A) to Main Street, west on Main Street to Peninsula Drive, north on Peninsula Drive and back to N. Wild Olive Avenue.
Side street traffic heading north / south between Auditorium Boulevard and Harvey Street may be restricted during events. Affected roadways include:
In order to ensure traffic flow, special traffic patterns may go into effect for motorcycle riders who want to access Main Street. Those are as follows:
Atlantic Avenue (S.R. A1A)Northbound: Turn left (west) on International Speedway Boulevard and then right (north) on Peninsula Drive. Please avoid trying to turn left (west) onto Main Street from Atlantic Avenue.Southbound: Go to the right lane. Upon reaching Main Street, you may be able to turn right (west), depending on the amount of traffic. If not, continue south and turn right (west) on International Speedway Boulevard, then turn right (north) on Peninsula Drive.
Peninsula DriveNorthbound: Remain on Peninsula Drive until you get to Main Street, then turn right (east).Southbound: Turn left (east) on Oakridge Boulevard to Atlantic Avenue, then turn right (south) and head to Main Street.
There will be motorcycle-only parking in selected areas of North Beach Street. These areas will be clearly marked by signage.Expect heavy traffic around Indian Motorcycle Company at 290 North Beach St.
Eventgoers can use any of the major roadways intersecting with MMB.Public parking areas may be restricted to assist with pedestrian safety and vehicle movement during events.Side streets near the 800 block of MMB will be restricted and/or closed to assist with spectator safety.
We are not anticipating any major traffic concerns in this area, but minor traffic patterns may be implemented to assist with inbound and outbound traffic.Signage will be clearly posted directing spectators to all events on Speedway property.
Bike Week will bring heavy traffic to Volusia County, and Votran riders should expect numerous delays, interruptions and route deviations. Schedule delays may occur from March 6 to 16. Detours are subject to change without notice. Votran riders are encouraged to plan trips in advance. The best way for riders to stay informed of delays or deviations is to download the myStop mobile app and sign up for real-time service alerts at www.votran.org.