More travel information coming soon

21/02/2012
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Since the launch of the Get Ahead of the Games campaign, this website has provided a first round of information sharing what we know about central London and London Underground lines and stations during the Games.

The focus has been on a first batch of stations that TfL expects to be particularly affected during the Games. These are not all the stations that will be affected, we will be adding more over the next two months.

This is just the start of a flow of information that will be added to the site as it becomes available. The next round of information will include National Rail services and stations that will be affected during the Games.

We will also provide additional information about DLR, London Overground and Underground stations as well as a more detailed section on roads and how and where they will be affected.

To date, we have shared information as soon as it was ready for release and will continue to do so. As the Games get closer, more detailed information will become available and we will share this with you as soon as we can.

We are working closely with all the relevant parties to make sure you have access to all the travel information you will need to make your journey easier this summer. So, make sure you keep checking the website and follow @GAOTG on Twitter to keep up to date.

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Olympic Games
27 July - 12 Aug
Paralympic Games
29 Aug - 9 Sept 2012
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Going to the Games?

If you are a spectator, you can plan and book your journey from any address in Great Britain to your 2012 Games venue on the London 2012 website.

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