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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...
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...
The final day of the Olympics with a busy day of sporting events followed by the Closing Ceremony
Over the first 13 days of the Olympics the Tube carried 51.47 million passengers - an increase of 12.29 million (31.4 per cent) compared with same period last year. Today will see road closures in central London for the men's Marathon so motorists are advised to avoid driving near the...
National Rail helps deliver an outstanding Olympic Games
With trains the most popular way to travel to London 2012 events, a historic increase in capacity and high levels of punctuality, the railway has helped show the world that Britain can deliver an outstanding Olympic Games.• Around 55% of Olympic spectators, up to five million people, used rail...
800,000 extra train seats laid on for penultimate day of the Games
 11 August 2012 from : http://www.standard.co.uk/news/transport/800000-extra-train-seats-laid-on-for-penultimate-day-of-the-games-8034368.htmlTrain companies are providing more than 800,000 extra seats today on the penultimate day of the Olympic Games.As of midday, 95% of services were...
Cleaners on London Underground start 48 hour strike
 Cleaners on the London Underground have started a 48 hour strike in a row over pay and "recognition" for their work during the Olympics.8:28am Thursday 9th August 2012 in Waltham Forest News By Daniel Binns CLEANERS on the London Underground have started a 48 hour strike in a row over...
Station Fire affects Olympic travel
 Station fire causes Olympic day chaosFriday, 03 August 2012 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------By James CracknellA FIRE at a railway station led to dozens of London-bound trains being delayed and cancelled just hours before the Olympic...
Olympics - Announcement about access to Westfield Stratford City
"This Friday and Saturday will be the busiest days of the Games, with more than 200,000 people travelling to the Olympic Park alone." said Paul Deighton, Chief Executive, LOCOG Over 200,000 spectators and accredited workforce are expected each day, making the Stratford area exceptionally...
More seats promised for next Team GB match - FGW apologise
 2 August 2012 Last updated at 19:52.Rail passengers promised extra seats for Team GB match Tens of thousands of fans turned out to support Team GB against Uruguay, but many fans were frustrated by queues for the trains Rail passengers have been promised extra seats for Team GB's next...

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