|The Paralympic Route Network (PRN) will be much smaller than the Olympic Route Network (ORN) and will operate on roads largely in the east of London.
For a map of road impacts and day by day information for the Paralympics, please click here
The PRN comes into operation on the first day of the Paralympics on 29 August; preparation for the introduction of the PRN starts this weekend. To watch a short video explaining how the PRN and Games Lanes work, please click here
Drivers are advised to avoid driving around the PRN routes and venues, particularly around the Olympic Park in Stratford and the A102 approach roads north and south of the Blackwall Tunnel.
During the Olympics there was congestion on the A2, A12 and A13, particularly in the morning peak. We expect the same during the Paralympics. If driving is your only option, travel at a different time if possible or allow more time for your journey.
Given the major events taking place on the following days, please avoid driving in central London on these dates:
Wednesday 29 August – Paralympic Torch Relay
Sunday 9 September – Paralympic Marathons and Thames Festival
Monday 10 September – The Athletes’ Parade