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Greenwich mean line London's other major tunnelling project, the Docklands Light Railway extension to south east London, may not have the high profile of the bigger Jubilee Line project - but the grou

London's £181M, 4.5km Docklands Light Railway will extend the existing line under the River Thames to Greenwich and on to Lewisham in south east London. It was one of the early flagship Private Finance Initiative schemes in the UK. The 24.5 year concession to finance, design, construct and maintain the extension was awarded to preferred bidder City Greenwich Lewisham Rail Link plc (CGL Rail) in May 1996.

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