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What the papers say - THE TIMES

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The number of daily Tube and main line railway commuter journeys into London could rise by 24% by 2016, research by the Corporation of London has shown. The increase will be due to 1M extra jobs being created in the capital and south east.

National Grid plans to lay a 1.2m diameter gas pipeline, 184km from a compressor site near Swansea to Tirley in Gloucestershire. The pipeline would carry about 20% of the gas needed to meet UK consumption.

Plans for a third terminal and a new runway at Birmingham International Airport have been put out for consultation. More than 30M passengers a year are expected by 2030.

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