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Topic: Re:Gunnersbury  Tube Station
Posted by: Michael Robinson
Date/Time: 23/10/14 10:55:00

Thank you for the additional information Cllr Todd.

I was wondering what scope of works is being considered for the station by the working party you refer to.  While there are undoubtedly improvements that could made to the existing station configuration,  I can't help but think that there will always be a capacity issue with just a single platform at Gunnersbury.

Is the re-instatement of a platform being considered, even as a long term objective?

As I mentioned in a previous post, use of Gunnersbury will only increase with the development of the area and the proposed link to Crossrail/HS2 at Old Oak Common.  The sort of improvements being considered may only be stop-gaps and an additional platform the only long term solution.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Wonderful MP!22/10/14 13:32:00 Iris Hill
   Re:Wonderful MP!22/10/14 13:39:00 Richard Greenhough
      Re:Re:Wonderful MP!22/10/14 14:02:00 Michael Robinson
         Re:Re:Re:Wonderful MP!22/10/14 14:50:00 Richard Jennings
         Solutions, not sticking plasters22/10/14 17:48:00 Thomas Barry
   Re:Wonderful MP!22/10/14 13:46:00 Elizabeth Ross
      Re:Re:Wonderful MP!22/10/14 14:37:00 Trudie Fuller
   Gunnersbury22/10/14 17:31:00 Thomas Barry
   Gunnersbury  Tube Station23/10/14 09:43:00 John Todd
      Re:Gunnersbury  Tube Station23/10/14 09:51:00 Sam Hearn
      Re:Gunnersbury  Tube Station23/10/14 10:55:00 Michael Robinson
         Gunnersbury Station Action Team23/10/14 11:23:00 Andy Murray
            Re:Gunnersbury Station Action Team24/10/14 02:15:00 Jim Lawes
               Re:Re:Gunnersbury Station Action Team24/10/14 02:15:00 Jim Lawes
               Re:Re:Gunnersbury Station Action Team24/10/14 10:54:00 Richard Greenhough

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