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TfL drafts ten-year infrastructure investment plan

Transport for London has drafted a new business plan which plans to invest £300M into transport infrastructure.

The plan outlines massive investment in London’s infrastructure. Spending on roads is planned to double to £3.8bn aimed at targeting congestion, with £300M targeted at improving transport links in Elephant and Castle, Tottenham Hale and Woolwich. Proposals are also in place to double the Docklands Light Railway tracks between Stratford and Bow Church and add an extra carriage on Overground trains.

The plan, which will be considered by the TfL board on Wednesday 12 December, uses a 10-year programme of improvements in conjunction with its history of delivering upgrades and improvements to argue the case for steady government funding over the next decade.

 

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