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Consultation starts on Camden Town station upgrade

London Underground has started consulting on major plans to provide more capacity at Camden Town station.

The plans include a new exit and entrance to the station, two new lifts to provide step-free access to trains, and more space to change between trains.

More than 80,000 people use the station each day and it is one of the city’s busiest interchange stations. User numbers are expected to increase by 60% over the next few years.

London Underground director of strategy Gareth Powell said: “Camden Town is already one of our busiest interchange stations, and customer numbers are set to rise rapidly as London’s population grows.

“Our plans to modernise and expand the station would mean a new entrance, step-free access, and much better journeys for customers. We’re keen to hear as many views on our plans as possible, so that we deliver the improvements that people want to see.”

Details of the consultation can be found here.

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