The recently published RUS for London and the SE makes it clear that significant new investment is required to meet expected travel demand in the next few decades, and this is in addition to the major investment in Thameslink and Crossrail. TfL also emphasise this in their Recommendations for HLOS2, particularly on the capacity required on the orbital routes, which are the hubs of their burgeoning Overground empire. TfL’s vision is a network of strategic interchanges linked by these orbital ...
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