Coe said he hoped the compact plan would help make 2012 a great experience for athletes and spectators alike.
"The Paralympic Games is one of the world's most exciting and inspiring sporting events and experiences for elite athletes, and we want to ensure that our Games in London are the best ever.
"We want to set new standards on and off the track, and be a catalyst for continued change for public attitudes towards disability."
Most Paralympic venues are located in two 'zones' within 15 minutes of each other, to minimise travel and disruption for athletes and supporters.
Outside these zones, Road Cycling will take place in Regent's Park, Adaptive Rowing in Eton Dorney and Sailing at Weymouth and Portland.
All Paralympic athletes will have the chance to stay in the fully accessible Olympic Village set within the Park.
Mike Brace, Chairman of the British Paralympic Association, said: "The compactness and mix of sports in each venue will ensure not only that athletes are well served, but also that the public will be able to experience a variety of sports in each location."
24 November 2006
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