One of the Olympic park and ride sites for the Eton Dorney Venue is Upton Court Park.
Upton Court Park will be used, each day, as a park and ride site for around 2,500 ticket holding spectators for the rowing and sprint canoeing taking place at the Eton Dorney Olympic venue.
The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) will be taking control of the area of Upton Court Park being used for the park and ride from 1 July and will be clear of the park by end of September.
The main operating dates for the park and ride will be from 28 July to 11 August for the Olympic Games and 31 August to 3 September for the Paralympics.
Spectators using the park and ride will be entering the park at the eastern edge (commonly known as the Rugby Club entrance) and parking in the southern part of the park, south of the main tree line, near the motorway.
At the end of the day, the spectator vehicles will be exiting the park via the Rugby Club road.
The buses, taking spectators from Upton Court Park to the venue, will be entering the park via the main gates, opposite Lascelles Road and exiting though the southern end of the park onto Datchet Road (commonly known as Datchet gate).
From the park, the exiting buses will be turning towards Slough, to the Red Cow roundabout, travelling along Albert Street, down Windsor Road and onto the Windsor Relief Road.
When the buses are returning spectators to their vehicles, this route will be travelled in reverse until the Red Cow roundabout when the buses will travel along Upton Court Road before entering the park at the main gate.
Whilst they are collecting and dropping off the spectators the buses will be parked and moving along the main pathway through the park and other hard standing areas being set up for the site.
The park and ride site will be operating from five in the morning (5am) to seven in the evening (7pm) and peak times for incoming and outgoing traffic are expected to be 7am to 9am and 12noon to 3pm.