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May 2016 at London’s Canary Wharf and representatives from BML2 present their

Thameslink 2 Project which will advance the future of the new ‘Centre of the Capital’

Recognition of the widespread strategic importance and massive potential with BML2’s London Phase has been expressed in ‘MyLondon’.

Launched 12 years ago, BML2 was devised to answer numerous problems south of the Thames on the increasingly overcrowded and congested Brighton and Tonbridge main lines feeding into the capital. Separated into three phases – Sussex, Kent and London – the initial proposal for the latter was to reinstate services on the redundant railway from Selsdon near South Croydon, through to Lewisham, closed in the 1980s/90s under British Rail.

And now, in a newly-published article for MyLondon, based at Canary Wharf, Transport Correspondent Callum Marius rightfully extols the virtues of BML2’s Thameslink 2 and says - 'Forget more London Underground stations, what South London really needs is Thameslink 2 linking Croydon, Lewisham, Canary Wharf and Stratford'.

To read the full article go to "The News" section


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