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2012 Olympics, Greater London, Southeast England

TfL sets out Paralympic plans and braces for school run

TfL will start work on implementing the Paralympic Route Network overnight on Saturday prior to it coming into operation next Wednesday.

TfL said that while the Paralympics was smaller than the Olympics, it would coincide with more commuter and school run traffic. The 36 miles of Games lanes covering routes such as the M4 eastbound and roads between the City of London and the Olympic Park and other venues will operate flexibly and only be switched on when needed to get athletes, officials and...

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