The cycling events mean that:
Road closure information is listed below. For more detail and localised maps, see Prudential RideLondon's site.
View the maps below or download the PDF to check how traffic will be affected on Sunday 30 July.
If you're driving in central London, you may experience delays of up to 35 minutes. You'll also be unable to cross the race route, and journeys from west to south or southwest London will need to be made via the M25, which is likely to be very busy.
For a detailed map of the closures, please download the local resident's flyer for central London (PDF 2.4MB)
Please consider driving outside the times of the road closures, or replan your journey using Waze or Google Maps.
Please note the A23 Brixton Hill is closed between Upper Tulse Hill and Brixton Water Lane due to a burst water main. For the latest information on traffic conditions, see our traffic status updates page or follow @TfLTrafficNews on Twitter.
Amateur cyclists in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 and 46 will leave Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park between 05:45-09:45.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - Waterden Road
Cyclists in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, 46 and Classic events will pass through west London outbound, and again on the return journey towards the finish, crossing Putney Bridge and travelling along Chelsea Embankment.
For a detailed map of the closures, please download the local resident's flyer for west London (PDF 6.7MB), produced by London and Surrey Cycle Partnership.
Cyclists in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, 46 and Classic events will pass through Richmond and Kingston on the outbound route and through Kingston on the return journey towards the finish.
Cyclists in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, 46 and Classic events will pass through Kingston on the outbound route and through Kingston, Merton and Wandsworth on the return journey towards the finish.
On Sunday 30 July there will be an impact on traffic in large parts of London and across Surrey. Roads used by the event will be closed, so you'll need to plan your travel in advance.
The roads that make up the route in Surrey will begin to close from 05:00. For a detailed map of the Surrey road closures, please download the local resident's flyer for Surrey (PDF 4.3MB), produced by London and Surrey Cycle Partnership.
Buses around the route areas will be on diversion or will terminate early to avoid the road closures. Some stops will also be relocated or suspended.
The following buses will be affected between 00:30-20:30 in north, central and south London. Please check individual routes for times.
For the latest information on how buses are operating, you can also follow @TfLBusAlerts on Twitter.
Busy roads may make it difficult for us to redistribute Santander cycles at docking stations near the events. You can check availability using the live docking station map.
There are more than 11,000 bikes at over 750 docking stations situated every 300 to 500 metres in London.
The following taxi ranks will be suspended between 05:00-11:15:
Due to the road closures some coaches will be on diversion, use alternative stops, and some stops in east and south London will not be served.
The following coach services will be affected:
For more information, contact your coach operator.
Tube & Rail will be the best way to get around central London on the weekend although stations around the events may be busier than usual.
You can take your bike on both the Tube and Night Tube, but restrictions apply. Find out more about bikes on public transport.
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Often walking is the quickest option during big events in London. It's healthy, free and can often get you from A to B quicker. For maps and more information about walking in London, visit our walking section.
Footways along the routes will stay open, with crowd and safety barriers in place along certain sections. Marshalled crossing points will be available in these areas to help people cross the route safely.
Please take extra care if crossing any part of the route on foot.
Any road used as part of the route for the Prudential RideLondon events will be closed for the event.
Once the riders in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 have passed over Hampton Court Bridge, rolling road closures will be used for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic wherever possible in Surrey to reduce the impact on residents and businesses. Roads adjoining the closed route will have restricted access for local residents and businesses.
Detailed road closure information and local access information can be found in the Prudential RideLondon road closure leaflets, created by the event organisers, London and Surrey Cycle Partnership.
If you're planning to drive to a London airport, check if your journey if your journey takes you across the race routes. Allow plenty of time to travel, use public transport to make your journey instead, or plan alternative routes to avoid the road closures.
If you make or receive deliveries in London or Surrey, talk to your customers and suppliers ahead of time. You may want to consider changing the times of your deliveries to avoid road closures, or using alternative routes that avoid busy areas.
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