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Stage 3 of the Tour de France will be from Cambridge to London on .
The roads on the route through north, east and central London will be closed from , to ensure the safety of riders and spectators, reopening after when the event has finished. There will be huge numbers of people lining the streets of central London and road closures will result in displaced traffic and significant traffic congestion.
Access to Parliament
Road access to Parliament via Carriage Gates and Black Rod’s Garden entrance will be maintained throughout the day, although for much of this period it will only be possible from the direction of Lambeth Bridge. However, the advice is to avoid driving to Parliament unless absolutely necessary. If you have to drive, plan ahead and allow more time to complete your journey.
For those working in Parliament, Tube and rail will be the best way to get to Westminster. Around the time of the event, Westminster Tube Station will only be open to passengers arriving at Westminster and the public will not be able to leave via the station. During the period this restriction applies, the station will be open in both directions to Parliamentary Passholders who will be able to access the station via the Subway Entrance.
Buses in and around the route area will be on diversion or will terminate earlier than usual to avoid the road closures.
Road closures will be in place from and reopen after and will include:
* Victoria Embankment
* Westminster Bridge
* Parliament Square
* TFL stands in Portcullis House on 30 June and River Restaurant on (and go to the TFL websitewww.tfl.gov.uk/tourdefrance<http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tourdefrance>)
* Access and security Serjeant at Arms Office (x3030) or Black Rod’s Office(x3100).
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