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National Rail helps to deliver exceptional Paralympic Games
With a significant increase in capacity, high levels of punctuality and the provision of special assistance to thousands of passengers, the railway has helped to deliver the biggest and best Paralympics.• Train companies provided more than five million extra seats over the Paralympics, almost...
Manual boarding ramps to be retained at key Tube stations after the Games
Ramps introduced at 16 key Tube stations are well received by customers."The London 2012 Games has benefitted from the most accessible public transport system of any Olympic or Paralympic Games in history" Mike Brown, London Underground Managing Director Ramps retained for next few months...
National Rail supports Britain’s gold rush: Sunday 9 September
On the final day of the Paralympics and the second day of the Mayor’s Thames Festival, the railway is running 762,697 additional seats – an increase of 39% - by running extra and longer trains.•Since the Paralympics began, train companies have run over five million extra seats, an increase...
Another busy day at the Olympic Park and more sporting and cultural events taking place across town
Road users, residents and spectators are reminded to avoid driving near the Paralympic Route Network - including roads around the City of London - and Games venues Routes to the Olympic Park will be very busy today as all seven venues in the Park are being used - plan ahead at...
London 2012 Paralympic Games - Day 2: First day of athletic action at the Olympic Stadium
The Olympic Park will be very busy with the Olympic Stadium opening for the first day of athletics - plan ahead at GetAheadoftheGames.comToday will be another action-packed day of sporting and cultural Paralympic Games events, including the first day of athletics at the Olympic Stadium.Events are...
The London 2012 Paralympic Games get under way tomorrow: Londoners reminded to plan their travel
The Paralympic Games are focused on the City and east of London but are the second largest sporting event in the world with 2.5 million tickets expected to be sold"We want Londoners to enjoy the Paralympics, as they did the Olympics, and all that the Capital has to offer during the Games"...
DLR celebrates 25th birthday by fulfilling Olympian task
Capital's first fully accessible railway is providing key links for the Paralympic Games."The DLR is a crucial part of the Games-time transport network and is helping get millions of people to and from their events on time" said Hugh Sumner, Director of Transport for the ODAA total of...
London and UK ready to welcome the world for best ever Paralympic Games with accessible transport
Hundreds of millions invested to ensure UK and London transport network one of the most accessible in the world, for Games and for years to come."Hundreds of millions of pounds have been invested in improvements to our transport network to offer the best possible experience for disabled...
London and UK ready to welcome the world for best ever Paralympic Games with accessible transport
Hundreds of millions invested to ensure UK and London transport network one of the most accessible in the world, for Games and for years to come."Hundreds of millions of pounds have been invested in improvements to our transport network to offer the best possible experience for disabled...
Londoners urged to welcome the world and plan their travel to avoid busiest times and places again
The Paralympic Games, from Wednesday 29 August to Sunday 9 September, are smaller in scale than the Olympic Games and focused on the City and east of London."The Paralympic Games are shaping up to be the best ever as London continues to buzz with Olympic excitement and Paralympic tickets are...

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