Road signs giving priority to 50,000 members of the "Olympic family" were unveiled today.
The signs show how normal motorists and buses will have to give way to official vehicles during the Games to allow the so-called "Zil lanes" to operate. The priority road corridors will operate typically from 7am to 7pm on a third of the 106-mile Olympic network.
Published by Transport for London, the signs show how official traffic will have exclusive use of the right-hand lane of a dual carriageway, in a few cases shared by local buses
Source and full story: London Evening Standard, 15 November 2011