How will the local area be affected?
- London 2012 is aiming for 100% of ticketed spectators to travel to competition venues by public transport, walk or cycle so local train services and bus routes will be busier than usual
- Some temporary parking and traffic restrictions will be in place to provide a safe environment around venues and keep traffic moving
Check the competition schedule for the Mountain Bike competition
This page is designed to keep you informed about the London 2012 Games in your area and provide you with the information you need to plan ahead for the Games.
From April 2012, we will begin to construct the temporary structures and infrastructure necessary to turn the Hadleigh Farm Mountain Bike course into an international standard sporting venue. This includes grandstands, scoreboards, athlete areas, offices and infrastructure such as cabling and trackway.
We do not expect that residents will experience any disruption as a result of this work; however there may be an increase in the number of vehicles visiting the site.
In the build-up to the event, deliveries will take place between 8am and 4pm. From 3 August, deliveries will arrive in two delivery windows; 5am – 7am and 9pm – 11pm.
Local travel information
The London 2012 Games will attract large numbers of visitors to venues and their surrounding areas, which means some temporary traffic and parking restrictions will be needed.
Find out how the areas around Hadleigh Farm will be affected on our local access and parking plans pages
For information about how travel will be affected in your local area, including roads and public transport, visit the Get Ahead of the Games website
For more information
If you have any questions that you would like us to answer, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about travel during the Games visit getaheadofthegames.com
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