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Two Futures for London

This lecture was originally given on the 2nd April 2014, at Level 39 of One Canada Square in Canary Wharf.   Lecture text:    ...

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This article originally appeared in the Evening Standard on 7th April, 2014 The most exciting part of my week’s immersion on London’s buses last month — 104 routes in five days — were the night buses. It began at midnight in Shoreditch, then to Trafalgar Square, and on to Heathrow on the N9 at 4am. I saw plenty of partygoers, but far more fellow passengers were going to and from...

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Two Futures for London

This lecture was originally given on the 2nd April 2014, at Level 39 of One Canada Square in Canary Wharf.   Lecture text:     Andrew Adonis ‘Two Futures for London’ Visiting Professor Lecture, Queen Mary, University of London At Canary Wharf, 2 April 2014     This is an amazing view. We look down on the world’s greatest city, and we see layer upon layer of our history. In...

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London by Bus: A week on the buses

These blogs originally appeared in The Independent in the week beginning the 17th February Preparing to hit the road: Blog post 1 Buses are the poor relation of public transport. Train and Tube get the limelight, yet every day twice as many passengers ride London’s buses as the underground. The number 25 alone – through Oxford Street, the City, Mile End and Stratford – carries 64,000 people each day, equivalent...

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