It may be three months away, but it will come round quickly, so get planning for the Rugby World Cup.

A Fanzone at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be open on match days and at varying times across the six-week tournament. It will provide visitors with an area to soak up the atmosphere and watch games for free.

Transport for London recommends avoiding travel on roads near the venues when a game is on, unless you are going to matches.

London’s transport commissioner Sir Peter Hendy CBE said “London will be a fantastic place to be during Rugby World Cup 2015 and, working with the organisers, boroughs and the other transport operators, we will be making sure everyone is able to plan their journeys before they travel.

“Extra services for spectators at Twickenham Stadium will include shuttle coaches, park-and-ride facilities and enhanced train services.”

Go to and for more travel tips. These will be available by the end of June.

The night tube will also be up and running then, as it launches on Saturday, September 12.

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