Travel London 2012


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This is to help you plan any travel in london. I have used Info from the London 2012 Website

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Travel London 2012

  1. 1. Disclaimer: • This presentation has been put together to assist people in planning their travel to work and from work during the Olympic Period. • All the information has been taken from the London 2012 & TfL(open source) websites. • This is to regarded as a planning tool and any figures may be inaccurate once released.
  2. 2. London 2012 Olympic General: Olympic Games • Opening Ceremony on 27th July 2012 and run until the Closing Ceremony on 12th August 2012. • Main Locations are: – Olympic Park (Stratford) 9 Venues. – The River Zone – ExCeL, North Greenwich Arena, Greenwich Park, Royal Artillery Barracks. – Central London – The Mall, Hyde Park, Horse Guards Parade. – Other London Events - Earls Court, Lords Cricket Ground, Wembley, Hampton Court Palace. • Outside London, sporting events will take place at Eton Dorney, the Lee Valley White Water Centre, Hadleigh Farm (Essex), and Weymouth and Portland. In addition, Cardiff, Coventry, Glasgow, Manchester and Newcastle will each be co-Host Cities for the Olympic Football competition. Paralympic Games • Opening Ceremony on 29th August 2012 and run until the Closing Ceremony on 09th September 2012. • They will be attended by approximately three million spectators. The transport challenges will be considerable, particularly as the school term starts during that period, which will create additional pressures on the transport system. The PRN will be in operation and will affect road users. Between the Games – the ‘transition’ period • Between the end of the Olympic Games and the start of the Paralympic Games, public transport will still be affected as thousands of athletes, officials and spectators will be leaving and arriving in London. The ORN and PRN will remain in operation in certain areas during this period, so roads will continue to be busier than normal. Where to find this information if you want to get more detail:
  3. 3. Overview LondonLocations
  4. 4. Venue Operating Schedules
  5. 5. Lords Cricket Ground
  6. 6. Central London
  7. 7. Victoria
  8. 8. Earls Court
  9. 9. Greenwich
  10. 10. Woolwich
  11. 11. West Ham
  12. 12. Wembley
  13. 13. Eton / Windsor
  14. 14. TfL Transport Summary Start of service • During the Olympic Games, services will start at the same time as usual, with the exception of Sundays, when London Underground (Tube) and Docklands Light Railway (DLR) will start approximately 30–45 minutes earlier. End of service • During the Olympic Games, the Tube and DLR trains will run up to 90 minutes later than normal on all days, including Sundays. Last trains from central London will leave around 01:30. • National Rail services from London will operate later than normal. Last trains for both suburban and inter-city destinations will leave London termini typically between 00:00 and 01:00. Additional capacity • During the Olympic Games, the Tube will operate additional evening services on the Jubilee, Central and District lines. There will be a late evening peak service from 3 August, when events commence at the Olympic Stadium. • DLR will operate ‘peak’ services all day throughout the Olympic and Paralympic Games. • National Rail will run longer/more frequent trains to most venue stations. This will include the Javelin® shuttle service between St Pancras International, Stratford International and Ebbsfleet stations.
  15. 15. More Detail Required try these links • travel/ • advice-for-business/are-you-in-an-affected-area/ •