Windsor and the surrounding areas are expected to be exceptionally busy during the period of national mourning for HM The Queen. If you are travelling to Windsor, it is important to plan your journey and allow additional time to complete it.
If you are travelling by car, you may be stopped by one of our roads policing officers and if you are arriving by train, British Transport Police will be patrolling stations and key transport hubs. There will also be community wardens throughout the town centre. These are all part of our measures to keep you safe.
A number of town centre car parks and on-street parking areas are closed or suspended due to the increased number of visitors as well as emergency services and partner agencies in Windsor. Before setting off, check the logistics of your journey. The car park you would normally use may not be accessible.
More information about parking arrangements can be found on the RBWM website.
During the period of mourning, there will be road closures and reduced access across Windsor. Details of road closures can be found on the RBWM website.
Windsor is served by two railway stations:
Windsor Eton Central (Great Western Railway)
Windsor and Eton Riverside (South Western Railway)
Services are likely to be extremely busy and queuing systems will be in place at key stations and interchanges.
You can find further details about travel, parking and road closures from our partners on their websites