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» Crossrail plans Goodmayes work
Crossrail has submitted plans to the London Borough of Redbridge to improve Goodmayes Station.

» Government Seeking the Views of Disabled Sports Fans - Have Your Say!
Disabled sports fans are being asked by the Government to take part in the largest ever survey of their experiences as spectators.

» Changes to access as work continues at Deansgate-Castlefield Metrolink stop
Work to completely modernise the old Exhibition footbridge linking Deansgate train station with the nearby Metrolink stop will begin next week.

The footbridge will be closed from Monday 19 January onwards as major refurbishments continue at the city centre Deansgate-Castlefield Metrolink stop.

» Changes to discounts on Oyster in London
From 2 January 2015, Disabled Persons Railcard holders can get 1/3 discount on all Oyster pay as you go single fares and daily caps.

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» Tottenham Hale improvement works complete
Work to radically improve the area around Tottenham Hale is now complete following the opening of a new bus station and public space as part of a £34 million scheme delivered by Transport for London (TfL) and Haringey Council.

» Lift off for improvements at Bingley station
New lifts are providing improved access for rail passengers at Bingley station.

» Ceremony to celebrate completion of Didcot Parkway forecourt
Oxfordshire’s second busiest station has seen over £8 million of investment and has seen the creation of a new drop-off zone and short stay spaces, improved walk ways and greater disabled access. There are also improved bus stops as well as increased number of taxi rank spaces and more cycle storage areas. Brighter lighting is also being installed to improve visibility at night

» Dunblane station’s new £3m footbridge opens for Ryder Cup
Transport Minister Keith Brown today (Tuesday, September 23) joined Network Rail to officially open the new fully-accessible footbridge and lifts at Dunblane station.

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