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Grimshaw's Battersea tube extension approved

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Well, the North (London) has always done far better out of the underground network than the South (London) so it seems only fair that money should go towards improving the balance of that particular network. I acknowledge that the overground network south of the river is far larger and more complex but modal transportation change is very time consuming and inconvenient. I suppose that the extension might serve more than the US Embassy and the Battersea development in time. However, when there are bicycles and many surprisingly pleasant roads available to use them on in London (if you look) I cannot understand why anyone would voluntarily use such a horrible way to travel.

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13 November, 2014

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8:12 am

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Headline

Grimshaw's Battersea tube extension approved

Comment

Well, the North (London) has always done far better out of the underground network than the South (London) so it seems only fair that money should go towards improving the balance of that particular network. I acknowledge that the overground network south of the river is far larger and more complex but modal transportation change is very time consuming and inconvenient. I suppose that the extension might serve more than the US Embassy and the Battersea development in time. However, when there are bicycles and many surprisingly pleasant roads available to use them on in London (if you look) I cannot understand why anyone would voluntarily use such a horrible way to travel.

Posted date

13 November, 2014

Posted time

8:12 am

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