(Charleston, W. Va.)The City of Charleston is preparing to welcome the USA Cycling Pro Road National Championships – the premier cycling event which will serve as a qualifying event for the US Olympic Team this year –to take place May 14 – 19, 2024. To help community members, businesses, and those traveling to and from Charleston navigate daily commutes, race routes, and access to and from various events and places – including voting precincts – the City has prepared a robust day-by-day list – including access to and from interstates/US routes, race route turn by turns, road closures, parking information, and other helpful information – from Sunday, May 12 to Sunday, May 19.

“Our City Team – in collaboration with the Charleston CVB, USA Cycling, WV DOH, along with many folks in our community – have been working hard to prepare for the upcoming Pro Road National Championships,” said Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin. “As with any large-scale, multi-day event – there are a lot of moving parts to consider – commuting, access to events and places, and always public safety. In addition to the extensive coordination and collaboration to ensure the event runs smoothly and folks can get around town, our Police and Fire Departments have been working to make sure we have a plan in place to respond to emergencies that may arise in our community as well as provide coverage for this premier cycling event.”    

To view the day-by-day breakdown of traffic information (closures, parking info, etc.) for May 12 – May 19, visit This page will be updated as new information becomes available. 

In preparation for the upcoming Primary Election on Tuesday, May 14 – voters are advised that Precinct 406 (Mary C. Snow Elementary School), Precinct 170 (Terrace Park East), and Precinct 174 (Carroll Terrace) will be accessible via alternate route during the Time Trials taking place on Kanawha Boulevard from approximately 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.  Voters may early vote through May 11 anytime between 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturdays.

In order to access your precinct on Election Day, please follow the below instructions:

Precinct 406 | Mary C. Snow Elementary School: Enter and exit via 2nd Avenue and Florida Street – instead of Kanawha Boulevard

Precinct 170 | Terrace Park East: Enter via the westbound lane of Kanawha Boulevard – instead of the riverside lane of Kanawha Boulevard OR enter via California Avenue to Washington Street East to Michigan Avenue. Exit via Veazy Street to Washington Street East.

Precinct 174 | Carroll Terrace: Enter via the westbound lane of Kanawha Boulevard – instead of the riverside lane of Kanawha Boulevard OR enter via Virginia Street. Exit via Virginia Street.