ROAD restrictions have been proposed to allow Olympic athletes and officials to travel through Hammersmith and Fulham during the 2012 Games.
Thousands will descend on London next summer and Transport for London (TfL) is developing an Olympic Road Network (ORN) to help them get to events on time.
This will include a special 'Games Lane' on parts of the A40, between Westway and Old Oak Common, between 6am to 11pm.
A similar land will be installed on the A4 between 6am to 7pm on the west of Earls Court and 6pm to midnight east of Earls Court.
Traffic will be banned from turning right into Old Oak Road, off the A40 and right into Netheravon Road, south of the A4 while left turns will be banned into Gliddon Road, off the A4.
These changes will come into effect two weeks before July 27, 2012 and will end on September 9.
Councillor Nick Botterill, Hammersmith and Fulham Council deputy leader and cabinet member for the environment, said the changes will cause 'disruption' to residents.
He said: "The ORN will undoubtedly cause disruption to motorists who already spend too long stuck behind the wheel, so we are pushing TFL to do all they can to minimise the disruption this will cause."
TfL will hold drop-in sessions for residents to get more information.
A drop-in regarding the A4 Games Lane will be held at Hammersmith Town Hall, in King Street, between 4pm and 8pm on Tuesday, March 15 and 10am to 2.30pm on Saturday, March 19.
A drop-in session regarding the A40 Games Lane will be held at White City Community Centre, in Havelock Close, between 4pm and 8pm on Friday, April 11 and 10.30am and 2pm on Saturday, April 2.