Traffic changes during the Olympics from TFL


 D
uring the Olympic and Paralympic Games, London will be turned into a massive sporting and cultural venue.

With tens of thousands of Olympic athletes, officials and media and millions of visitors and spectators here, this means that roads in central London, around venues and on and around the Olympic and Paralympic Route Networks (the ‘ORN’ and ‘PRN’) will be much busier than usual from mid‑July. 
 Our advice is to avoid driving in central London, around venues and on or around the ORN and PRN. If driving in these areas is absolutely essential, you should plan ahead and allow extra time.

Temporary traffic changes will be in place along the ORN and PRN. Games Lanes will be in operation on parts of the ORN and PRN at certain times; these are for the use of Games vehicles only. If you drive in the Games Lanes, park, load or stop on the ORN or PRN, your vehicle may be removed and you risk a fine of £130.

To help you see how your routes will be affected, we have launched a new online ‘Temporary Road Changes’ tool. Please visit getaheadofthegames.com/roads

We are running a number of roadshows to help you prepare, including one at Vauxhall station on Tuesday 12 June from 0700 until 1200 as well as at Windrush Square on Saturday 16 June from 1000 until 1600. For more information, please visit getaheadofthegames.com/roadshows