The Games in the Royal Borough
away from Sloane Street to Eaton Square then Grosvenor Place to rejoin the route at Hyde Park Corner. There will be no change to the southbound routes
• Changes in the South Kensington area will also mean diversions for routes 74/N74, 360, 430, C1 and N97 • On 28 and 29 July bus routes in southwest London will be affected by road closures for the Cycling Road Race and may be on diversion, temporarily suspended or terminate early. On other road event days, services to and from central London may also be affected. Information is available at affected bus stops and online at www. getaheadofthegames.com and www.tfl.gov.uk/2012
Underground Transport for London has identified the following as particularly busy stations in and around Kensington and Chelsea:
Earl’s Court • Exceptionally busy from Saturday 28 July to Sunday 12 August • Busiest times will be 12.30 to 3.30pm, 5.30 to 9pm and 11.30pm to 1am each day. West Brompton • Exceptionally busy throughout the Olympic Games • Busiest times will be 9am to 2pm from Saturday 28 July to Sunday 5 August and 5 to 8.30pm from Saturday 28 July to Monday 6 August. South Kensington • Busier than normal from Saturday 28 July to Sunday 12 August. It is on the route for spectators attending events at Earls Court and Wimbledon from central London, and close to the events in Hyde Park, ROAD SHOW on Exhibition Road and Cycling Road Races.
A guide for Kensington and Chelsea residents and businesses about the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.