27 July - 9 September

Things you should know...

  • Lots of work has been done to ensure the transport system operates effectively at Games-time. However, even with this work, there are certain times and locations where it will be exceptionally busy and travellers will need to plan their journeys around these hotspots. To manage the large number of additional passengers, transport systems will operate differently.
  • Visit our Things you should know pages for more information on changes to transport during the Games and useful downloads for London Boroughs.

National Rail

  • National Rail services from London will operate later than normal.
  • Last trains to locations within 2-3 hours of London will typically leave between midnight and 1am. 
  • Some trains may leave later such as Euston to Manchester at 1.30am.
  • National Rail will run longer and/or more frequent trains to and from most venue stations during events.

Accessible travel

  • London has a wide range of accessible transport options, to ensure people with a disability or reduced mobility can get around. However, at certain times during the Games, accessible stations and the transport system, including facilities such as lifts, will be much busier than usual and you could face delays. Planning your journey in advance will be essential. Find out more information on accessible travel during the Games.  

Going to the Games?

If you're heading to a Games event, make sure you plan and book your travel in advance.  

Keep up to date

  • As soon as more detailed information is available, the website will be updated. Please check back soon, or keep up-to-date by following us on Twitter @GAOTG.
  • You can also get TfL email alerts to hear about our latest updates and receive information on the affected public transport services and roads.
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