Traffic disruption in Ealing during the Olympic and Paralympic Games
28th June 2012
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In addition to the rolling road closures when the Olympic Torch Relay arrives in Ealing on Tuesday 24 July, there will be restrictions on major roads bordering the borough during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The Olympic Road Network (ORN) and Paralympic Road Network (PRN), which will be in force shortly before the Olympic and Paralympic Games and shortly after both as well, include the M4.

The Olympic Road Network which will be in force from shortly before the Olympic Games until shortly after will include A40 from Hanger Lane towards Central London and North Circular A406 north of Hanger Lane gyratory system.

The ORN/PRN is a network of roads connecting venues, accommodation and transport hubs across London and will be open to all general traffic.


In Ealing changes will include a closed lane and selected banned turns.


Organisers are advising motorists to avoid the area if you can or give yourself more time for your journey.


Some bus routes will also be affected by temporary diversions and some stops may be moved or

suspended as a result of the road changes.


Central, Piccadilly and District line underground services and London Overground are likely to be busier than usual.


An overview can be found on the Get Ahead of the Games site

Visit the Get Ahead of the Games roadshow in Royale Leisure Park, Park Royal on Friday 6th July between 2pm and 8pm to learn more about:

  • Olympic and Paralympic Route Network
  • Games Lanes
  • Road restrictions and closures
  • Hotspot stations
  • Bus diversions
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