Please see below for information about travelling to the People's Vote : March for the Future, taking place in London on October 20.
This page is being updated all the time, so please check back regularly for the latest information.
We have produced a full accessibility for the event to make it as accessible and enjoyable as possible for all. To read the latest version of this document, visit the main march page.
The latest version of the route can be seen below.
Visit http://po.st/pvmarchmap to load an interactive version of this map to your phone or other device, This will also allow you to keep a copy of a map with you and also to show toilets, water points, and other information.
Are you travelling to the march as a group, either on public transport or on a coach? Click here to tell us about it so that we can advertise it on our website.
Information about groups travelling on public transport will be added soon. See the bottom of this page for the latest information about coaches travelling to the event.
We recommend travelling to Marble Arch underground station. This is the closest station to the assembly area, and is well connected to the entire London Underground network.
On the day of the march there is engineering works on the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines between Hammersmith and Edgware Road. This is a minor closure which is not expected to affect transport to the march. The rest of those lines, and all other lines, will be open.
London Charing Cross and London Victoria railway stations are within easy walking distance of the march, and all other mainline stations have easy access to the march via public transport.
On the day of the march there is expected to be engineering in the Southend, Salisbury, and Three Bridges areas which may result in longer journey times for people from those areas by rail, so we recommend planning your journey in advance.
All other key rail routes into London are expected to operate as normal on the day of the march. For the latest information, click here to visit the National Rail website.
More than two dozen household names have come together to sponsor coaches that will bring people to the march from all over the UK.
Grassroots groups, and ordinary citizens, are organising coaches to the march from all over the UK. The latest list of coach pick-up locations can be seen below.
If there isn't a coach travelling to the march from your area, why not organise one? We have produced this handy guide which will help you through the process of booking a coach, and give you all of the information that your coach company will need to know.
If you have organised a coach but it isn't listed below, click here to tell us about it.