Organisers of the Manchester Half Marathon have released an interactive map of the road closures for this weekend.

The run, which is separate again from the marathon after the events were organised in tandem last year, is on Sunday.

The route starts and ends in Old Trafford, and also takes in Stretford and Sale as well as Chorlton and the city centre.

To allow runners to compete in safe conditions, a number of roads in the area are to be closed.

These road closures are at different times between Saturday at 12pm and Sunday at 6pm and can be crossed in certain locations only.

All of the information is within the interactive map on the Manchester Half Marathon website.

The website reads: "Road closures will be in effect along and immediately around the route, and those roads in the surrounding area that are open will be very busy so please plan extra times for any journeys you need to take. Many bus services will also be diverted due to these closures.

"We recommend using Metrolink to travel to and from the event as there are several stops close to the athlete village, start line and finish line in Trafford. For further details, please visit the Transport for Greater Manchester website."