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Old March 11th, 2014, 06:08 PM   #3481
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Render of pop-up stores inside Old Street tube station subway, courtesy of TfL:

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TfL Image - Old Street London Underground Station - pop-up shop CGI by Transport for London Press Images, on Flickr
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Pop-up shops featuring new and innovative brands to appear across TfL's retail estate
12 March 2014

Transport for London (TfL) customers will soon be able to shop at a variety of new and innovative retailers as TfL announced the appointment of Appear Here, the largest online marketplace for short-term retail space, to introduce pop-up shops across its retail estate.

For the first time, retail properties within the London Underground (LU) network will be made available for short-term rentals providing brands, designers, artists and entrepreneurs with easy access to prime retail environments in central London.

This move, part of TfL's work to make journeys for customers better and more convenient, will broaden the range of shopping outlets on the London Underground network.

Over 11 million journeys take place on the TfL network every day and TfL owns over 1,000 retail properties at London Underground, rail and bus stations as well as 1,200 arches under its railways.

Most of these sites are occupied on a long term basis.

However, as leases expire and spaces become available, some spaces will be reserved for pop-up use and Appear Here will market them for temporary occupation to generate revenue to be reinvested back into the transport network.

Around 15 retail units will be used as pop-up shops and will be made available to rent through AppearHere.co.uk across key stations such as Old Street, Piccadilly Circus, St James's Park, and Baker Street providing exciting retail opportunities for London commuters.

The short term letting will enable retailers looking for temporary sites to showcase their products on TfL's network.

Mike Brown MVO, Managing Director of London Underground, said: `Millions of people use our stations every day and we are always looking at innovative ways to improve our customers' experience of using the transport network.

`Pop-up shops are a fantastic way to showcase new products on a temporary basis.

`As well as ensuring our retail offer is vibrant, we are also excited about giving new business ventures exposure to our huge customer base.'

Graeme Craig, Director of Commercial Development at TfL, said: `We've trialled pop-up shops at a few sites on the network, and they've proved extremely popular for us, the retailers and our customers.

`The partnership with Appear Here will enable us to make the most of our retail assets whilst generating revenue we can reinvest into improving the transport network, benefiting all Londoners.'

The agreement with Appear Here will secure income for reinvestment in transport as part of a wider commercial strategy that is currently forecast to generate £3.5bn over the coming years.

It follows the announcement earlier this year to bring 'click and collect' services from major retailers to the London Underground network.

Ross Bailey, CEO and Founder of Appear Here, said: `We see this as a great opportunity for innovative brands, ambitious start-ups and hungry entrepreneurs.

Appear Here's purpose is to help people make their ideas travel and with millions of commuters travelling on TfL's network every day, we recognised there was a real opportunity for savvy retailers and entrepreneurs to reach their target market.

`Old Street Station offers unparalleled opportunities for people to seed ideas and get great exposure amongst the trend setters and forward thinking businesses in the surrounding area, so ultimately making their ideas travel further.'

TfL has already enjoyed success with pop-up shops in a vacant retail unit at Piccadilly Circus.

Last year, as part of the 150th Anniversary of London Underground, Nike used the vacant retail unit to sell their special edition trainers.

As part of this new partnership, Appear Here will be working with TfL on opportunities at Old Street Station, reinvigorating the retail environment and creating a retail environment driven by dedicated pop-up shops.

Launching at the end of April, eight spaces in Old Street LU station will be available for short-term rent through Appear Here, creating a new retail destination in London.

Used for retail or experiential purposes, the spaces will be curated around themes, concepts or seasons, every three months so that consumers constantly see fresh and exciting ideas on their daily commute.

TfL introduced its first pop-up shop in November 2013 with PAPER London, a fashion retailer, taking over TfL's retail space on South Molton Street.

Since then, the site has been in constant demand with Appear Here bringing in a variety of up and coming fashion retailers.
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Old March 12th, 2014, 10:08 PM   #3483
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New Pudding Mill Lane DLR station in January this year - opening in April or later this year, from this blog:









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Timelapse of escalator replacement at Greenford station. Greenford was the tube's last station which maintained wooden escalator after King's Cross fire. Escalator was replaced as part of station's refubrishing project, which also includes tube's first inclined lift. Target date - 2015:

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Tottenham Hale station set for upgrade work
13/3/2014

Plans to turn Tottenham Hale station into one of the capital's landmark rail hubs have moved forward, following the announcement of several upgrades to the facility.

In the coming months, (TfL) Transport for London is set to boost capacity and implement step-free access for interchanging passengers at the station, after plans were approved by Haringey Council's Planning Committee this week.

The plans are part of a package of transport developments to support planned growth in Tottenham Hale, which includes a TfL investment of £54 million.

The Upper Lea Valley has been identified as a key area for growth, with plans to create 15,000 new jobs and 20,100 new homes and transform the area into a new district centre, something that will require an updated train station.

Since October 2012, a total of £34 million has been invested in transport improvement works, which will deliver significant benefits for all road users including pedestrians and cyclists, and include the creation of a new public square and a more accessible bus station at Tottenham Hale.

TfL has already removed the Tottenham Hale gyratory and returned it to a two-way traffic system, with the proposed station improvements set to make it a focal point of the new district centre and become an "iconic gateway" to Tottenham and the Upper Lea Valley.

Funding will come from a variety of sources including £20 million from TfL's Unlocking New Growth Areas pot, a contribution from the Mayor's Regeneration Fund, as well as financing from Network Rail and the (DfT) Department for Transport.

The design is currently underway, with work due to start late 2015 for approximately 18 months, explained Michele Dix, Managing Director of Planning at TfL.

She elaborated: "The planned improvements include doubling the size of the current ticket hall, installing new ticket gates, more ticket machines and more signage.

"This will reduce crowding and queuing at the station, saving passengers' time when interchanging between National Rail operated by Greater Anglia and Tube services, as well as improving the station ambience and increasing the retail units."

TfL is planning to keep the station open during the work, so that any potential disruption will be kept to a minimum.
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Future Victoria tube station south ticket hall, photo from TfL:

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Old March 19th, 2014, 10:53 PM   #3487
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DLR Dagenham extension will not be looked at as part of Barking Riverside regeneration

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March 19, 2014 3:33 PM


The Chancellor announced plans for a major housebuilding scheme at Barking Riverside but hopes that would see an extension of the DLR to Dagenham were ruled out.

George Osborne said in his Budget on Wednesday he would regenerate the east London area with thousands of new homes.

However, rather than re-visiting the stalled DLR line to Dagenham, stopping at Barking Riverside, Transport for London said an Overground extension was being focused on.

A TfL spokesman said: "When we last looked at the DLR extension the price was £4-500million so the Overground scheme is much more cost effective."

"The Overground in this instance is a substitute for the DLR."

The train service currently links Gospel Oak with Barking and the local authority in east London want funding to extend that to Barking Riverside, which will cost around £100million.

Speaking to The Wharf last year, DLR's head of development and planning Robert Niven said the Dagenham extension was always in the pipeline and he hoped Barking regeneration would push that forward.

"We're looking at revising the plans but with a different scope focussed on how we can facilitate redevelopment of Barking Reach," he said in an interview in March, 2013.

"There's land ideal for new homes in that area which needs to be unlocked."

However, he admitted costs would be an issue, saying there could be a "cheaper alternative to the DLR".

Up to 11,000 homes will be built on the 443-acre site at Barking Riverside.

- Also in the Budget, the Chancellor announced £1million funding for a new London Air Ambulance

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Customers set for a smoother ride on the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines
24 March 2014

London Underground (LU) is set to improve the reliability of service and renew old infrastructure on the Uxbridge branch, which is served by both the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines.

Between 19 July and 10 August LU will be replacing 6km of track, points and track drainage.

The work to be carried out under this block closure marks the culmination of a major programme of improvements that have been carried out in recent years to replace life-expired track and drainage and modernise other infrastructure on this part of the network.

LU has planned this work to be carried out during a quieter period on the network, when the schools are on summer break.

Doing the work as a block closure also reduces the number of weekend closures that would have been needed.

George McInulty, LU's Programme Director of Infrastructure, said: `The track replacement work on the Uxbridge branch is a crucial part of the Metropolitan line upgrade.

`In recent years our customers have seen the arrival of the new walk-through air-conditioned trains and in the future will benefit from more frequent and faster services when new signalling is installed.

`However for customers to fully benefit from all these improvements it is essential that we upgrade the track and infrastructure to support it.

`Carrying out a block closure of this section of the network will enable us to complete the work in just over three weeks as opposed to fourteen weekend closures.

`This approach means that there will be no time lost due to set-up and hand-back of works, which minimises working time and helps to significantly reduce the cost - saving around £3 million of tax and fare payers' money- and ultimately keeping disruption to customers to an absolute minimum.'

During the week the line will be suspended on the Metropolitan line between Uxbridge and Ruislip and on the Piccadilly line between Uxbridge to Rayners Lane.

On two weekends the closures will be extended on the Metropolitan line between Uxbridge to Wembley Park and Northwood and on the other two between Uxbridge and Rayners Lane.

Throughout the closure, ticket acceptance will be granted on local buses in the area and a rail replacement bus service will be in operation connecting with the Central line at West Ruislip.

This work is part of London Underground's £10 billion programme of continuous improvement, which has already delivered huge improvements to the London Underground network.

The completion of upgrade work on the Victoria and Jubilee lines has delivered faster journeys and train frequencies amongst the highest in Europe.

This year the Northern line upgrade work will be complete, and works on the Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan line continue apace wit new air-conditioned walk-through trains having already been introduced on those lines.

Line closures while work takes place are as follows:

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Capco and TfL establish Joint Venture to develop Earls Court 1 & 2
28 March 2014

Capital & Counties Properties PLC (Capco) and Transport for London (TfL) are pleased to announce that they have established a joint venture, Earls Court Partnership Limited (Earls Court Partnership or the Joint Venture).

This will enable the development of Earls Court 1 & 2 in line with the Earls Court Masterplan.

Earls Court Partnership has been formed with Capco owning 63 per cent and TfL 37 per cent of the shares respectively.

The Joint Venture has appointed a board of directors which comprises four representatives from Capco and three representatives from TfL.

Capco has also been appointed as the business and development manager to enable the development of Earls Court 1 & 2 to be co-ordinated with the wider development of the Masterplan.

The Masterplan will deliver 7,500 new homes and 10,000 new jobs.

It will also see the development of a new primary school, a new leisure centre, new health facilities as well as community and cultural spaces.

Thirty seven acres of green open space will be provided, including a new five acre park and there will also be significant improvements to the transport infrastructure including increased capacity at Earls Court, West Kensington and West Brompton Underground stations.

TfL owns the freehold to the exhibition centres known as Earls Court 1 & 2 and Capco is the leaseholder of both sites.

In addition to its leasehold interest, Capco owns certain other adjacent land interests, including the Northern Access Road, which will be contributed to the Joint Venture.

It is anticipated that the joint venture arrangements will complete in full once vacant possession is available, which will result in new 999 year leases over Earls Court 1 & 2 being granted to the Joint Venture.

In addition, on completion the Joint Venture will acquire other smaller properties in the Earls Court area currently owned by Capco.

Gary Yardley, Investment Director of Capco, said:

'We are delighted to finalise this agreement and look forward to working with TfL.

The re-imagination of Earls Court is moving forward and presents a unique opportunity to establish a new address in central London.

Together with our partners, we will bring 7,500 new homes, 10,000 new jobs to the area, and benefits not just for the local economy, but for London as a whole.'

Graeme Craig, Director of Commercial Development of TfL, said:

'This is another great step forward in the development of the Earls Court Masterplan which will create much needed homes and jobs for London whilst generating substantial revenues for us to reinvest back into the transport network.

'This is the first example of our new approach of retaining and investing in our assets across London, working in partnership with leading developers like Capco, which will deliver real long-term value for fare and taxpayers.'
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Bond Street Tube station to transform access to London's West End
03 April 2014

Key West End station will be hugely enlarged to accommodate more shoppers and businesses from 2017

Vital construction work is stepping up this spring at Bond Street Tube station to transform access to London's West End.

Part of London Underground's £10 billion programme of continuous improvement, major construction work will modernise and enlarge the station by 2017, allowing for the expected increase from 155,000 to 225,000 daily passengers at Bond Street station when Crossrail arrives the following year.

The improvements are part of an overall transport vision for the West End as it prepares to welcome more Tube customers and the arrival of Crossrail, with major expansion also taking place at Tottenham Court Road station. Customers will get their first look at brand new parts of Tottenham Court Road station by early 2015, when new access opens to the Northern line platforms.

This includes a new entrance, with a second entrance opening later in 2015, a large part of the new ticket hall and escalators leading down to new pedestrian passages.

Customers will benefit from quicker and easier journeys as Bond Street station is radically improved, with a new ticket hall and a new station entrance on the north side of Oxford Street.

New lifts will make the station step free from street to platform, and new escalators are being fitted to handle the increasing number of customers who are using the station as we move toward the introduction of Crossrail. The modernised Tube station will interchange with the new Crossrail station, enabling customers to access the network via entrances on Hanover Square and Davies Street.

While a lift shaft is constructed as part of the next phase of work, Central line trains will not stop at the station from 23 April until late June 2014.

Then, while escalators are inaccessible as part of work to connect the new ticket hall to existing station infrastructure, Jubilee line trains will not stop from early July until early December 2014.

On completion of this work, the station will operate on an exit-only basis until the end of 2014 to facilitate further tunnelling works.

When Central line trains are not stopping at Bond Street, customers should use Oxford Circus or Marble Arch, which are both only a short walk from Bond Street station.

When Jubilee line trains are not stopping at Bond Street, passengers can change to the Bakerloo line at Baker Street, or to the Victoria line at Green Park, and travel to Oxford Circus.

Alternatively, local buses to the Bond Street area are available from both Baker Street and Green Park.

In addition, the Central line will be suspended between Marble Arch and Liverpool Street on Saturday and Sunday 5 & 6 April to undertake preparatory work.

David Waboso CBE, London Underground's Capital Programmes Director, said: `Bond Street station, at the heart of the West End, is already a major destination and passenger numbers will rise even further when Crossrail services begin.

`We're therefore transforming the Tube station - with a new ticket hall, new entrance and step-free access amongst other improvements.

`While we construct a lift shaft and carry out the next phase of work, Central line trains will not stop at the stations between late April and late June and Jubilee line trains will not be able to stop there between early July and early December.

`I apologise for the inconvenience that this will cause, but unfortunately it's impossible to do this work solely during the few engineering hours when the Tube is closed.

`The end result will be a much bigger and better station for the hundreds of thousands of customers who use the station each day.'

Richard Dickinson, CEO of New West End Company said, `The Bond Street Tube station improvements represent a huge opportunity for London's West End, further enhancing access to the city's renowned luxury shopping area.

`TfL's plans will provide better facilities for shoppers and visitors and will provide businesses with a chance to capitalise on the advantages Crossrail will undoubtedly bring in the future.'
And some photos of Bond Street upgrade. Sorry for size and quality, they were taken from here:

The OSD (oversite development) frame being erected on London Underground’s main worksite:


Crossrail workers following the completion of excavation in the western ticket hall at Davies Street:
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Can I please ask 2 questions:
1. How far away is the new pudding mill station in regards to the old one.
2. When will all of the tunnel boring on crossrail be complete
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Can I please ask 2 questions:
1. How far away is the new pudding mill station in regards to the old one.
2. When will all of the tunnel boring on crossrail be complete
1. New Pudding Lane station will be located just in front of old one
2. All Crossrail tunnels will be completed by 3rd quarter this year

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Old April 8th, 2014, 02:01 PM   #3493
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Beck's London tube map is a classic but I tried to make a new schematic map.

I tried to make it as symmetrical and harmonious as possible but still small enough to be printed on 20cmx20cm



You can see it in better resolution on

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That's one of the best attempts at a different style map I've seen in a long while, the thing is that the Beck design has been used for so long now if any different design was used I think it'd just confuse people, it took me a while to get used to your design working out where the stops I use are etc!
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That's really impressive. Helps convey the circular notion of the Overground a lot better too. Really like it.
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@Manchester77, @exocet

Thank you.

It is terribly difficult to depart from Beck's design as it has been used for decades and has become an icon.

I tried to give the inner circle a new shape, as close as possible to geography and yet easy to recognize and somewhat symbolic (in this case I see a Mark IV tank )

Flattening the Thames bend has been a difficult decision but I think it works well on a schematic map.

Here is a screenshot of my map on top of a google transit map:

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The only issue I can see is with the addition of Crossrail through the Liverpool street area of the map, which is already quite busy looking, could make the map quite confusing. If you could kind of stretch everything out a bit around Liverpool Street so Liverpool Street Met is on a vertical line parallel to the northern line it might give you a bit more space so that if X-Rail is added it doesn't crowd Liverpool Street
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I really like it!!! Very cohesive...well done!
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Very good map! I wish I could see Croydon Tramlink on this map
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That's really impressive. Helps convey the circular notion of the Overground a lot better too.
That is the last thing that should be conveyed by a map - the Overground is tangential rather than orbital. But we are wedded to this idea that circular lines are good, so sell the Overground as orbital.

Though I'm more concerned with the Met's route between Preston Road and Harrow-on-the-Hill (and how will the Croxely link be shown?) due to the title box taking its corner. The lettered boxes that add nothing and DLR and Overground are too pale. I'm not sure that the Heathrow Connect/Express services should get publicity, and you've missed off the Connect stops other than Ealing (and very importantly, their Heathrow stations are not in zone 6). And why Hyde Park/Kensington Gardens but no other parks?

Other than those fixable niggles (don't worry about the Overground's circle), an excellent map. I like the zone implementation the best (though not giving zone 1 stations '1's is a bit odd), though the effort to push for straight lines is also good.

I'm not sure a square is the needed shape - current map shorter, but a little bit wider.
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