Tottenham Hotspur take on Spanish giants Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League at Wembley Stadium this evening. More than 80,000 fans are expected to be in attendance for the sold out group-stage fixture on Wednesday (October 3), and it promises to be a mouth-watering tie. Kick off for the game is at 8pm, and supporters are anticipated to start travelling to the ground from 4pm onwards. Travel routes into Wembley are expected to be heavily congested because of the match, and delays on roads and public transport are expected both before and after the match. 'Absolute garbage' - Manchester United and Everton fans livid with Spurs as match day changed The TfL Twitter account warned those going to the game of delays earlier today. The tweet said: “TONIGHT: @wembleystadium is hosting the @ChampionsLeague match between @SpursOfficial and @FCBarcelona , ko 8pm. Expect delays in the area before and after the match, particularly on the A406.” We will bring you the latest … [Read more...] about Live travel updates as Spurs face Barcelona at Wembley
This year's Latitude Festival is under way. Picture: Jen O'Neill Archant As thousands of music fans hit the road this morning on their way to Latitude Festival, we’ll be keeping you up to date with the travel news to help get you there in good time. Today is set to be the busiest on the roads towards the festival at Henham Park near Southwold. Festival-goers have been asked to follow the signs, rather than satellite navigation, to ensure they don’t get lost on the way to the big event. Vehicles will be directed towards the site along three different routes to help balance the traffic approaching the site. This means routes that look shorter, and quicker, on satellite navigation devices may actually be slower due to the number of vehicles on the road. •Latitude 2018: Getting to the festivalThe roads are looking relatively clear this morning, but are set to become busier as the day goes on. Bus shuttle services to and from the festival are available at Diss and local … [Read more...] about Latitude Festival 2018: Traffic news
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Travel Supported by Travel Tips Traveling with a visible or invisible disability doesn’t have to be difficult. A few simple tips can go a long way. ByShivani Vora April 5, 2018 Times have changed for travelers who use wheelchairs, are visually or hearing-impaired or have another disability, says Jayne Bliss, a travel adviser with Tzell, who has more than 30 years of experience in planning trips for those with special needs. “No place is off limits, and hotels, museums and cultural institutions offer more accessibility than ever before,” Ms. Bliss said. Here are some of her tips to travel smoothly with a disability: Ask Your Airline for Help Asking your airline for assistance, either at the time of booking or a few days before your trip, will make your time at the airport much easier. Many airlines will designate an employee to … [Read more...] about Six Simple Tips for Smooth Travel with a Disability
At 10:30 AM Eastern time Thursday, 72 hours after the Supreme Court gave the Trump administration a rare and significant court victory, the Trump “travel ban” was legally allowed to go into effect. But zero hour for the ban — which temporarily bars some people from getting visas if they come from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, or Yemen for the next 90 days, as well as barring an untold number of refugees for 120 days — is 8 pm Eastern time, when the administration will formally put it into effect in airports around America and consular offices around the world…Only certain family members, however, will count as “bona fide” relationships. According to the State Department cable, applicants (or refugees seeking to be admitted to the US) who have a “parent (including parent-in-law), spouse, child, adult son or daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, sibling” or half sibling — or a “step” version of any of those … [Read more...] about News on the Humanosphere: U.S. refugee and travel ban goes into effect
Sunday, March 25, 2018 by: JD Heyes Tags: airports, choice, CNN, fake news, Journalism, monopoly, paid content, propaganda (Natural News) If you’re like most Americans, you’ve been stuck for hours at a time in an airport waiting for your plane to arrive. And like every one of them, you, too, were inundated with “news” — such as it is — from only one provider: CNN. You may not have realized it but the Cable News Network has a ubiquitous presence in U.S. airports around the country, meaning that airport audiences are captive audiences. Only Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s Reich Minister of Propaganda, had a more captive audience. But thanks to the network’s hard-Left turn, many are beginning to question the lack of news diversity, shall we say, in airports across the land. As Fox News noted, the origins of this arrangement are fairly innocuous: The CNN Airport network dates back to when CNN was known for straightforward news programming … [Read more...] about Why is CNN the only “news” network allowed in U.S. airports after being caught repeatedly pushing fake news?