Transport for London has released a new online guide to help businesses plan ahead and avoid transport disruption during next year’s Olympic Games.
A new TfL website includes details of how the busiest stations and locations across the Tube and road networks will be affected during the Games with officials promising “further comprehensive information” will be added in the coming months.
The guide is the latest step in an ongoing campaign to ensure the capital’s businesses minimise disruption caused to them by the Games.
In July a survey revealed the capital’s small and medium sized businesses wanted more help to plan for the Games.
London’s Transport Commissioner, Peter Hendy, said: “Our planning for the Games includes listening and responding to the concerns of the business community. That’s why we’re providing more detailed transport information now, with even more to come, and a new ‘one stop shop’ online to make it as easy as possible to find and use.
“Our analysis shows that no two days will be the same during the London 2012 Games. I am confident London will provide the stage for the greatest Games we’ve ever seen. But we will only succeed if organisations across the capital, big and small, join us in planning ahead now to help us reduce the impact on our transport network and ensure they can keep on running next summer.”