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PostSubject: Roads closed everywhere Sat 3rd / Sun 4th August   Tue Jun 11, 2013 3:32 pm

In case you were thinking of driving anywhere on the weekend of Saturday 3rd / Sunday 4th August, probably best not to bother. Cycle race across Surrey...

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I am writing to give you advance notice that on Sunday 4 August, as part of a weekend of
Prudential RideLondon cycling events, certain east, central and southwest London and
Surrey roads will be closed to traffic.

The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 'Classic' and '100' events start at Queen Elizabeth
Olympic Park in Stratford, finishing at The Mall, via the City of London, Fulham,
Chiswick, Sheen, Kingston, Hampton Court, Weybridge, east of Woking, Leith Hill, Dorking,
Box Hill, Leatherhead, Cobham, Esher, Wimbledon and Putney.

There will be road closures and restrictions from early morning until late evening and no
crossing points for vehicles. Road users are advised to plan journeys well in advance on
the day.

Many bus routes will be on diversion and stations along the route may get busy at certain
times; full details will be available nearer the time on the TfL website and at affected
bus stops.

For more information, including a detailed map of the Sunday event routes, please click
here:
http://info.tfl.gov.uk/re?l=9xmgcbI2uz21huI0

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PostSubject: Re: Roads closed everywhere Sat 3rd / Sun 4th August   Tue Jun 11, 2013 8:20 pm

Thanks mate, good find, lets keep bumping it and post on FB, twitter etc nearer the time
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PostSubject: Sunday 4th August, road closures   Sun Jul 28, 2013 4:48 pm

Early Warning!

Many roads closed in Surrey on the 4th August for the cycle race. If you are planning to fish, or overnighting the Saturday, check you can travel.

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/gettingaround/27647.aspx
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PostSubject: Re: Roads closed everywhere Sat 3rd / Sun 4th August   Fri Aug 02, 2013 2:59 pm

Reminder on this upcoming weekend travel nightmare starting 4am Sunday.

The biggest road cycling event since the Olympics is taking place this weekend which will have a major impact for road users.

Don’t get caught out on Sunday
There will be a large number of road and bridge closures across east, central and southwest London and parts of Surrey from early morning. The London bridge closures are as follows:

Tower and Southwark Bridges: from 04:00 to after 15:15
Chiswick Bridge: from 05:00 to after 14:30
Hampton Court Bridge: from 05:00 to after 15:30 northbound and 19:00 southbound
Chelsea, Albert, Kingston and Putney Bridges: from 05:00 to after 19:15
Westminster, Lambeth and Vauxhall Bridges: from 05:00 to after 19:30

Road users are advised to plan ahead now and to use Tube and rail services to avoid road disruption where possible.

For more information, a route map and details of affected roads including the A12, A13 and Blackwall Tunnel, please visit http://tfl.gov.uk/PrudentialRideLondon

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PostSubject: Re: Roads closed everywhere Sat 3rd / Sun 4th August   Sat Aug 03, 2013 10:09 pm

Final reminder: Tower, Southwark, Westminster, Lambeth, Vauxhall, Chelsea, Albert, Putney, Chiswick, Kingston and Hampton Court bridges closed to traffic tomorrow from 5am.

Event route map: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/24736-prudential-ridelondon-traffic-impact-map-4-august.pdf

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PostSubject: Re: Roads closed everywhere Sat 3rd / Sun 4th August   Sun Aug 04, 2013 10:01 pm

Stuck on the M25 around 7pm coming back from near Warwick and luckily they were just opening the local roads so managed to cut across. Not sure I agree they can shut everywhere down like that.
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PostSubject: Re: Roads closed everywhere Sat 3rd / Sun 4th August   Mon Aug 05, 2013 5:55 am

really enjoyed the cycling today,once a year with plenty of notice should minimize problems.
roll on next year.
i think its great to have less cars on the road:D 
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PostSubject: Re: Roads closed everywhere Sat 3rd / Sun 4th August   Mon Aug 05, 2013 12:10 pm

I had to travel to work in Aldershot had to go 10 miles out of my way from Fulham to get there ss couldent use a316 grr all clear on way home at 7
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PostSubject: Re: Roads closed everywhere Sat 3rd / Sun 4th August   Mon Aug 05, 2013 2:24 pm

In the Independant headlining today was 'a great day for cyclist in london' which should have read
underneath 'a black day for motorist'.We had the olympics last year closing down Central London for
three weeks and the triathlon a few weeks ago ,the London Marathon in spring. It is not right closing
down a mayor commerce route in what is the greatest city in the world.And if the general public think they do not pay for these closures they are badly mistaken.Every time you call out a gas fitter ,electric ,or any other tradesmen the
parking charges,congestion chares ,parking fees ,eccess time getting to a job,all this is taken into consideration
when you get your bill.The saying is time is money. So next Boris enlist our help in getting hIm re-elected He will be told in
no uncertain Terms NO BORIS ,ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
And as a afterthought I have personally witnessed several accidents involving cyclist where two lanes have been taken
down to one by the introduction of a green cycle lane,and the cyclist have been crushed under the wheels of a lorry.
In Holland the cycle lanes are dead flat and I have been nearly hit by these bikes gouing 40 plus miles per hour.if you drive down the highway in narrow street wapping a one way street the bikes hurtle towards you the wrong way ,then you get them shaking coffee beans at you!
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PostSubject: Re: Roads closed everywhere Sat 3rd / Sun 4th August   Mon Aug 05, 2013 9:08 pm

John... you forgot to write "RANT OVER" at the end of your post! Laughing

Tight lines,


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PostSubject: Re: Roads closed everywhere Sat 3rd / Sun 4th August   Mon Aug 05, 2013 9:37 pm

Richard Crimp wrote:
John... you forgot to write "RANT OVER" at the end of your post! Laughing

Tight lines,


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Sorry Richard Rant over!But it does worry me to see the way we are going.
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