Travel Update For Villa Supporters Off To Spurs

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TRAVEL UPDATE – SPURS

 

For Villa supporters making the trip to White Hart Lane the following info has been taken off the Spurs website for your information, as it may prove useful especially if you are going to the game by car or train. UTV.

 

Timetables for fans travelling by train to Sunday’s match against Aston Villa at White Hart Lane.

Remember, kick-off is 3pm.

All services between Cambridge and Liverpool Street will be formed by eight carriages approximately three hours before and two hours after the game and will serve Northumberland Park.

In addition, some Stansted Express services will stop in order to supply extra services through Northumberland Park. Please see the timetable for full details.

Services to/from White Hart Lane will run to an improved frequency after 13.00 and pre and post-match journeys will be formed by eight carriages.

TIMETABLES IN FULL…

NOTE TO SUPPORTERS – ENGINEERING WORKS

Fans travelling to White Hart Lane for Sunday’s match should note that due to engineering works, the train line between Liverpool Street and Enfield Town will be closed until 13.00. Services to Hertford East will be diverted via Tottenham Hale, buses will replace trains to Enfield but these are not shown on the timetable, as these will have very limited capacity.

NOTE TO SUPPORTERS – ROADWORKS

Fans travelling to White Hart Lane for Sunday’s match should be aware that there will be waterproofing and concrete repairs being carried out to the A503 New River Bridge, Seven Sisters Road junction with Amhurst Park.

Works to the road began on 10 September and are due to continue until 30 November 2012.

Any supporters who would normally use this road as part of their route to the stadium should, where possible, avoid travelling through this area in order to minimise delay and disruption to their journeys.

Diversionary routes

During the works, the right turn exit from Amhurst Park into Seven Sisters Road in the northbound direction will be temporarily suspended for the safety of the workforce.

The signed main diversion route for traffic intending to turn right from Amhurst Park into Seven Sisters Road, will be:

Via – A107 Amhurst Park eastbound (towards Stamford Hill junction), A10 High Road northbound and back onto A503 Seven Sisters Road.

All bus services using Seven Sisters Road and Amhurst Park will be maintained, however the bus lane between Amhurst Park and Woodberry Grove will be suspended at certain times in order to minimise congestion.

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