Sailing events will take place from 29 July to 11 August.
Earliest start: 12:00
Latest finish: 18:20
How many spectators do we expect on the busiest day?
The Nothe (ticketed) 4,600
Live site (unticketed) 14,999
How do we expect spectators to get there?
Day visitors (45 per cent of total)
30 per cent park and ride
8.5 per cent rail
6.5 per cent direct coaches
Local residents or holiday makers (55 per cent of total)
15.5 per cent walking (local residents or holiday makers)
14 per cent local bus
Balance by park-and-ride/taxi/cycle
Park and ride – capacity for 25,000 spectators in four locations
Kingston Maurward (Weymouth North) – 8,000
Monkey Jump (Weymouth West) – 7,800
Littlemoor (Weymouth East) – 5,500
Mount Pleasant for spectators only – 3,400
Rail – nearest rail station is Weymouth
Monday-Saturday arrivals by 12 noon – up to 18 trains with a capacity of 8,300 spectators
Sunday arrivals by 12 noon – up to 11 trains with a capacity of 5,000
There is a 20 minute walk to the live site and 40 minute walk to The Nothe. Spectators can hire a bicycle or take a taxi from the station to a temporary taxi rank at The Nothe.
Run from Mount Pleasant park-and-ride and Park Street to venue – running every 15 minutes.
Direct coaches will operate between the following towns and Weymouth:
Bristol, Taunton, Swindon, Bath, Oxford, Didcot, Salisbury, Plymouth, Exeter, Bournemouth, Poole, Southampton
Charter coach parking
Has space for 30 coaches
There will be free secure cycle parking at four sites: Swannery Transport Hub, Westham Bridge, The Nothe and Brunswick Terrace (north end of Esplanade).
Walk and cycle information maps will be prepared for use by spectators and cultural event visitors.
Weymouth has a well-developed local network of walking and cycle routes, the focus of which is a disused rail line called the Rodwell Trail. This network is currently being improved and will have new infrastructure, including a new foot/cycle bridge, by Games-time.