Recent articles looking at the TfL Board and Financial papers have focused on the Underground, and we will return to that subject shortly. It is worth taking a brief break, however, to highlight one other element they cover – the imminent award of the new Overground franchise. Trading Places Since November 2007, London Overground services have been operated by London Overground Rail Operations Ltd (LOROL), a joint venture between Arriva UK Trains and MTR Corporation. This was initially ...
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