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Royal Parks Marathon data by PIE
01/10/2012

London is once again host to a major sporting event with the Royal Parks Half Marathon taking place on 7th October. As with all events in the capital, PIE will be providing restriction information for freight companies and local authorities.

The route will cover 13.1 miles with over 12,000 runners making their  through four of London's Royal Parks (Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, St James’s Park and The Green Park) and past some of the capital's most historic landmarks, including Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Houses of Parliament and Royal Albert Hall. Road closures will start from 1am and remain in place throughout the day.

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PIE Mapping (www.PIEmapping.com) has put together data detailing the affected postcodes, closed roads and the inaccessible areas based on day and night time restrictions. This data is available via the PIE Data Exchange (http://www.piedataexchange.com/shop/) as well as TfL’s Freight Journey Planner - http://freightplanner.tfl.gov.uk. Users signed up to the London Lorry Control Route Approver can get this data within their membership dashboard London Lorry Control Route Approver

The PIE Data Exchange is a web based system that captures stores and processes road restrictions information for various events across London from local councils. To see a list of upcoming events go towww.piedataexchange.com/about/restrictions-from-events/.

PIE has previously provided route restriction data for the Olympics, Paralympics and London Triathlon amongst others. To know more about the PIE Group go to http://www.piemapping.com/

 

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