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London 2012 Olympic park: facts and figures

Facts and figures relating to the 2012 London Olympic Games

In 2005 London was selected to host the XXX Olympiad in 2012. During this period a new 246 hectare Olympic Park has been constructed in the east end of London.

The following links will take you to a series of facts and figures relating to the site itself, its workforce, sustainability of the site, transport links and utilities; all of which were either built from new or were upgraded to cope with the thousands of athletes, spectators, media and volunteers that used the facilities during the games.

 

Olympic stadium

Olympic Park

Facts and figures for the Olympic Park

Construction of cable net roofing in the Velodrome

Olympic Park workforce

Facts and figures about the Olympic Park workforce

Waterway clean up

Sustainability of the Olympic Park

Facts and figures about the sustainability of the Olympic Park

Olympic village

Olympic Village

Facts and figures about the Olympic Village

Olympic Park aerials

IBC and MPC

Facts and figures about the International Broadcast Centre

Olympic park wetland

Olympic Park enabling works

Facts and figures about the enabling works for the Olympic Park

Olympic energy centre

Olympic Park Utilities

Facts and figures about the utility supplies for the Olympic Park

Stratford regional station

Transport for the Olympics

Facts and figures about the transport network for the Olympic Park

 

(All Olympic venue images in this section are credited to London 2012).