2040 Tube Map

Discussion in 'London Underground' started by Ali.Carr, 14 Mar 2018.

  1. rebmcr

    rebmcr Established Member

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    Sounds like "Customers requiring {boarding pass} to alight," but I daresay it'll be for mobility assistance.
     
  2. methethpropbut

    methethpropbut Member

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    boarding ramps?
     
  3. spinba11

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    It is boarding ramps.
     
  4. Ambient Sheep

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    It is indeed, now you've said it. Thanks everybody. :)

    Given that I accompany a wheelchair user on the tube about once a month, it's even more worrying that I couldn't work it out...
     
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    While you are correct about the western end of the Jubilee line, the eastern end is very busy all the way to Stratford. The principle reason any trains reverse at North Greenwich is that there isn't the capacity to reverse the full service at Stratford. Especially in the evening peak there is comparatively little westbound demand from North Greenwich so these mostly empty trains are very useful for the crowds at Canary Wharf, although after Canada Water the loadings are pretty much identical.
     
  6. rebmcr

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    The Thames crossing between North Greenwich and Canning Town is also a key link, with a lot of traffic both for the local area, and for the DLR branches.
     

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