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Rail chaos claim as Team GB match breaks passenger record
 2 August 2012 Last updated at 14:26 From the BBC at : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-south-east-wales-19091014.Rail chaos claim as Team GB match breaks passenger record The Millennium Stadium played host to Team GB's men's football which saw "unprecedented" numbers of people...
Olympics transport running smoothly so far
 London 2012 Olympics: Commuters heed rail warnings  Dick Murray, Transport Correspondent 30 July 2012Transport chiefs passed a major test when rush-hour commuters stayed away from London Bridge today amid fears of Olympic overcrowding on the first working day of the Games.Rail...
Another action packed day in store for London on the fourth day of the 2012 Olympic Games
First evening football match taking place at Wembley today- Metropolitan and Jubilee lines will be exceptionally busy. Olympic events also taking place all day across the Capital Dockland's Light Railway (DLR) carried a record 736,000 passengers over the weekend Road users,...
First weekday of the Olympic Games: Avoid London Bridge
Monday 30 July is the first weekday of competition during the London 2012 Olympic Games and Transport for London (TfL) today urged people to plan ahead to avoid the travel hotspots and therefore reduce delay and disruption to their journeys.With up to 50,000 spectators travelling to the...
Olympic National Rail travel bulletin: Sunday 29 July
 Olympic National Rail travel bulletin: Sunday 29 July29/07/2012 from ATOC at http://www.atoc.org/media-centre/latest-press-releases/olympic-national-rail-travel-bulletin-sunday-29-july-100719The railway has significantly increased capacity today to provide a special Olympic service, running...
High-speed Javelin train service to Olympic Park makes delayed start
High-speed Javelin train service to Olympic Park makes delayed start The high-speed Javelin train service serving the Olympic Park got off to an inauspicious start when the first official train departed five minutes late today.The Southeastern train company had designated the 7.04am from St...
World renowned photographers team up with Crossrail to support United Nations World Food Programme
Hunger to Hope campaign showcases images of young people at play Crossrail hoardings will remind Londoners and visitors of urgent need worldwide To celebrate the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics and mark its 50th birthday, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)...
THREE MORE LONDON OVERGROUND STATIONS BECOME STEP-FREE
Station improvements to make three stations on one of London’s main Olympic rail routes more accessible before the Olympics and Paralympic Games have been completed.Camden Road and Gospel Oak stations now have two new lifts, to carry passengers between street level and the platforms. At Hackney...
Train driver told not to stop at Olympic Stadium due to cables not coping with the heat
 Train drivers ordered not to stop at Olympic Park as decrepit overhead cables installed in the 1950s can't cope with the heatSoaring heat meant some main line trains were not stopping at the Olympics serving station of StratfordGreater Anglia warned of delays on services from London...
South West Trains workers set to take industrial action during Olympics
 South West Trains workers set to take industrial action during Olympics7:10pm Monday 23rd July 2012 in Wandsworth  By Omar Oakes  from: http://www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/local/wandsworthnews/9832123.Rail_workers_to_take_industrial_action_during_Olympics/ South West...

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