Travel Advice for Wednesday 5th June 2019Published on: May 30, 2019
We have received the following travel advice from Portsmouth City Council for Wednesday 5th June
Portsmouth is hosting the international commemorations for D-Day 75, organised by the Ministry of Defence on behalf of HM Government, on Wednesday 5 June.
We are anticipating a significant number of visitors to the city on this day and are encouraging visitors to use the D-Day 75 Park and Ride, trains or buses if they wish to travel to this event.
However we expect a significant number of people will still drive into the city on this day creating congestion on the roads, especially during the morning and evening rush hour.
So please help us to minimise any disruption on 5 June and follow this advice:
- plan your journeys into and around the city
- allow extra time for journeys – especially if you are taking or are involved in exams (please also see our advice for students taking exams on this day)
- avoid driving to or around the city wherever possible
- if you are travelling locally, walk, cycle or scoot to college
- if you are travelling from further afield and usually drive, consider alternative ways of travel such using the train or bus
- if you are planning to go to the events on the seafront after college please don’t drive there – consider alternative ways of travel such as cycling instead
There will be some changes to the Hovercraft service on 5 June and also restrictions in the car park opposite the Hovercraft terminal from 3 June.
Keep up to date with the latest travel information and advice about road and car park closures for D-Day 75 here.
On the day traffic and travel information will be updated on Twitter @portsmouthroads.