Driving in London during the Games?

1 Aug 2012 by Matthew Fransioli     
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Driving in London during the Games?

Please avoid driving into central London, on and around the Olympic Route Network (ORN) and near Games venues and live sites throughout the Games. Roads within central London and inner London between the North Circular and the South Circular are also affected.

ORN – The Olympic Route Network

The ORN is now in operation and being enforced from 06:00 to midnight. This also includes 30 miles of ‘Games Lanes’ for the use of athletes, officials and the world’s media to get them to their events on time. Games Lanes are being operated flexibly and being opened to regular traffic when they are less busy. A network of 150 Variable Message Signs along the route will advise motorists when Games Lanes are open to regular traffic.


If you drive in a Games Lanes during operation or park on the Olympic Route Network you risk a £130 fine or having your vehicle removed.

 

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