LANCASHIRE County Council is advising people to check the details of the London 2012 Torch Relay route, ahead of its arrival in the county.
To make the most of this historic event and reduce the chance of delays to your journey, more information about the Torch Relay route, and timings for Friday 1 June, is available at: www.lancashire.gov.uk/2012.
With some rolling road closures to allow the Torch Relay to come through, delays and disruption are possible.
Tim Ashton, Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport, said: "We advise people to allow more travel time for this very special occasion, which will be seen around the world and is likely to attract many spectators.
"With a little planning ahead, people can make alternative arrangements and reduce the disruption to their travel arrangements.
"This is a once-in-a-lifetime event that will remembered fondly for many years to come, so I am sure people will be sympathetic to any delays.
"Even if you're not planning to watch it, please be aware of the times when the Torch Relay will visit, so you don't get caught up in any traffic."
The route through Lancashire will be:
Friday 1 June: Coming from Horwich through Chorley, Euxton, Croston, Burscough and Ormskirk. The relay continues on to Southport.
Friday 22 June: Heading from Cumbria to Carnforth, Bolton-le-Sands, Hest Bank, Morecambe, Lancaster, Garstang, St Michael's on Wyre and Fleetwood. The relay continues on to Blackpool.
Saturday 23 June: Starting in Lytham St Anne's visiting Warton and Preston. The relay then travels through Blackburn to Accrington, Burnley, Crawshawbooth and Rawtenstall. It will then continue on to Rochdale.