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Transport: Tube,  DLR  &  Overground   ü  It  is  expected  that  80%  of  spectators  aaending  the  Games  will  arrive  into  London  at   ü  ü  ü  ü  ü 

NaBonal Rail  staBons   Tube  services  will  be  running  for  longer  (approximately  21  hours)  and  more  services   will  be  operaBng,  however  there  will  be  a  longer  peak  period   The  Jubilee  line  will  be  the  busiest  of  all  the  Underground  lines,  the  Northern  line  is   also  expected  to  be  excepBonally  busy   StaBons,  such  as  Bank  and  London  Bridge,  which  act  as  popular  interchanges,  will  also   be  very  busy  and,  if  possible,  should  be  avoided   Some  staBons  may  be  exit  or  entrance  only,  for  instance  Marble  Arch  will  be  exit  only   for  the  enBrety  of  the  Games   For  more  informaBon  regarding  travel  during  the  Olympic  visit  the  Transport  for   London  website:  hap://www.ll.gov.uk/gemngaround/london2012/21677.aspx  

How to Prepare your Business for London 2012 Olympics  

Steelhenge Consulting guides you through planning your business continuity for the London 2012 Olympics. This covers key statistics, Olympic...

How to Prepare your Business for London 2012 Olympics  

Steelhenge Consulting guides you through planning your business continuity for the London 2012 Olympics. This covers key statistics, Olympic...

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