Complete map of traffic incidents for the bank holiday weekend

There will be many road closures across the country DURING Platinum Jubilee Weekend.

In London in particular, streets are closed for street parties and other major events, including the Platinum Party at the Palace.

Roads across the UK will be closed for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations

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Roads across the UK will be closed for the Platinum Jubilee celebrationsPhoto credit: AFP

Where are the anniversary road closures?

In honor of Her Majesty’s 70th Jubilee, over 158 official Platinum Jubilee events and more local events are being held across the UK.

Street festivals are a common celebration, as are parades, so naturally many roads are closed.

This is particularly noticeable in London, where official advice is not to drive around the city this weekend.

Check your local government website for road closures in your area as these are subject to change during the anniversary.

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Transport for London (TfL) has recommended avoiding the use of cars or buses whenever possible.

The website states: “If your destination is not in central London, use routes that avoid the area.”

Road closure Thursday, Feb

As far as The Sun can tell, there will be minimal road closures on Thursday, the Spring Bank Holiday.

Most disruption is concentrated in central London and Buckingham Palace for Trooping the Color – most Platinum Jubilee events take place over the weekend.

Again, check locally to see if there are smaller events in your area, but use the subway instead of road travel to avoid problems.

Road closures on Friday, March 3

The Queen's Platinum Jubilee road closures for Friday

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The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee road closures for FridayPhoto credit: platinumjubilee.gov.uk

Thanksgiving service on Friday will cause disruption across the City of London.

This will mainly focus on St Paul’s Cathedral and surrounding areas such as Bank and Blackfriars.

The disruptions last from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., but can disrupt traffic throughout the evening.

Impacts will extend from the Monument to Fleet Street, along the River and up to the London Wall.

Road closures on Saturday, April 4

Road closures for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee on Saturday

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Road closures for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on SaturdayPhoto credit: platinumjubilee.gov.uk

The excitement and road closures are moving to St James’s Park for the Platinum Party at the Palace on Saturday.

Some roads are closed until Monday, others temporarily until Saturday evening.

The main disruption will occur between 9.30pm and midnight around Charing Cross and towards Whitehall.

St James’s Park itself is completely closed during the celebrations – unless you’re lucky enough to have an entrance ticket.

Road closures on Sunday, May 5

The road closures for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee on Sunday

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The road closures for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on SundayPhoto credit: platinumjubilee.gov.uk

As on Saturday, St James’s Park will bear the brunt of the closures.

This time the closures extend to Parliament Square, with a northbound closure on Millbank.

Westminster will be more affected by the Platinum Pageant than the party at the Palace as Westminster Bridge is also closed during the celebrations.

The Blackfriars via Embankment to Westminster section of the river will be closed from midnight to midnight on Sunday.

Is the London Underground open during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend?

As of Friday, TfL have warned some strikes are taking place.

This could mean that some train stations will close without warning, so check before you travel.

Planned closures of train stations are usually limited to the areas where major events take place.

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From 3pm Charing Cross station will be completely closed as it is close to St James’s Park where the Platinum Party will be held.

St James’s Park train station will also be closed at this time for the concert.

Additionally, Hyde Park Corner will be partially closed from 4pm, allowing people to exit but not enter the station.

After 9:00 p.m., it is completely closed until operations resume in the morning.

Subway closures on Sunday June 5th

Once again St James’s Park will be closed, but this time from 1pm.

Hyde Park Corner becomes an exit-only station between 2pm and 4pm.

From 4:00 p.m. it is then closed for the rest of the day.

Eventually Westminster will be closed to entry and exit, however you can change trains at the station.

You can find all the latest information on TfL’s traffic status tracker.

https://www.the-sun.com/news/5474656/queens-jubilee-road-closures-full-map-bank-holiday/ Complete map of traffic incidents for the bank holiday weekend

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