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Docklands Light Railway is to send out over 4,000 letters next week as the first part of a public consultation exercise for its proposed £75M extension from Silvertown to London City Airport. Transport Minister Lord Whitty has called for construction companies to invest in the project, based on the success of the £260M Lewisham Extension, as a public private partnership. Three routes for the extension are being considered. DLR's favoured route leaves the existing Beckton branch ...

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