Back in September 2010, JB raised the question of possible extensions to the Bakerloo line south from Elephant and Castle to Hayes, as in Hayes but not as in Hayes and Harlington. The former being in Kent and the latter, for those who still think in “old money” terms of Shires and sex-pence, in Middlesex. Adding their voice to both Lewisham Council’s Sustainable Development Select Committee and TfL’s and the Mayor’s Transport Strategy, Network Rail, in the latest iteration of the ...
With just under a year to go to the Olympics, various transport projects in preparation for the Games are either already finished or are in advanced stages. There are three Olympic Zones in London: Olympic Park, Central and River and this article is intended to give an idea of what’s happening in each of the Zones. 80% of spectators to the Games are expected to travel by rail. There are actually a wide variety of modes of transport to choose from, with Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) ...
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