Queen’s Baton Relay
Queen’s Baton Relay route
Is the Queen’s Baton Relay stopping near you?
See our schedule of locations, dates and times on the following pages. Don’t miss your chance to see the Baton, cheer on your Birmingham Batonbearers and give a big Brum welcome to the Queen’s Baton Relay.
You can find out more information about the route and how the Baton was created on the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games website.
To ensure the safe and smooth journey of the baton and Batonbearers through the city, some local roads will be closed for a brief amount of time. The earliest roads will be closed from to accommodate the start of the travelling event, will be 8am.
It is expected that roads on the route will be closed for no longer than two hours and most likely will reopen after 30 minutes. The stewards on the ground on the day will work safely and quickly to get roads reopened as soon as the convoy passes through. The times outlined below are the period in which Temporary Traffic Regulation Order is in place only.
Temporary parking suspensions will be in place in some key locations to allow the convoy to arrive and depart safely. There will be warning signs and cones placed out to inform people of where these restrictions apply.
Please be aware there may also be some changes to local bus services on this day. Please check before travelling with the bus operator. If travelling through the area on these days, be aware that roads will be busier than usual.
Watch the community launch of the Queen's Baton Relay in the video below: