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									                               TfL’s
                              Games
                               plans



                          Extract from TfL’s 5 year
                  Investment Programme Nov 2006
                               (2005/06–2009/10)




MAYOR OF LONDON        Transport for London
Contents                                                                                                            Key
                                                                                                                    FP = Finance and Planning
                                                                                                                    LR = London Rail
                                                                                                                    LU = London Underground
                                                                                                                    ST = Surface Transport

                                                                                                                       = Programme
London, 2012 and beyond .......................................................................................2       = Portfolio
London 2012 Games...............................................................................................6      = Project
Investment Programme summaries ..........................................................................14




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                                                    Winning the right to host the Games has added                Provide fast, frequent, friendly, inclusive,
London, 2012
                                                                                                             G

                                                    momentum to our programme. Key projects have                 accessible, environmentally-friendly and simple
                                                    been accelerated including improving the                     transport for spectators and visitors;
and beyond                                          accessibility of the Tube network and capacity
                                                    improvements at strategically important stations
                                                    such as Kings Cross. There are thousands of
                                                                                                             G   Facilitate the regeneration of east London and
                                                                                                                 to leave a positive legacy;
Transport for London (TfL) is investing over
£10bn in the five years to 2010 to upgrade and      other projects across London Underground,                G   Keep London moving during the Games making
extend London’s transport network, £5.0bn of        London buses, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR)              it a positive experience to host the Games; and
these projects are specifically Games related. A    and the capital’s walking and cycling facilities that    G   Achieve maximum value for money for every
further £590m will be invested after 2010,          will be needed in meeting the unprecedented
                                                                                                                 pound spent on transport.
bringing the total Games related capital            scope of the Games transport challenge.
investment to £5.6bn. The majority of TfL’s                                                                  To achieve these objectives the ODA has
                                                    The Olympic Games is the world’s largest
Investment Programme projects are already                                                                    proposed a transport strategy that will:
                                                    sporting event and the Paralympic Games the
underway and all will be completed in time for      second. On average for each of the 16 days of            G   hope to transport the Olympic and Paralympic
the summer of 2012.                                 the Olympic Games there will be 500,000                      familes by a dedicated fleet of low emissions
This investment is a key element of London’s        spectators and 55,000 Olympic family members                 vehicles that will use Olympic and Paralympic
preparations for the London 2012 Olympic            whom we must transport to their events. For the              Route Networks along London’s major roads;
Games and Paralympic Games and will deliver         12 days of the Paralympic Games we must move                 and
the extensive, accessible and reliable transport    up to 160,000 spectators.                                G   encourage 100% of spectators to travel to
network that will be needed both to host the        A cohesive transport strategy was a key element              events by public transport, walking or cycling.
Games and secure the longer-term prosperity         of the successful 2012 bid and formed the basis
of the capital.                                                                                              In order to deliver the Transport Plan we are
                                                    of the Olympic Delivery Authority’s (ODA’s)
                                                                                                             working closely with the Mayor of London, the
London is forecast to grow by over 800,000          October 2006 consultation draft of the Transport
                                                                                                             Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), the London
people and around 900,000 new jobs in the next      Plan for the London 2012 Olympic Games and
                                                                                                             2012 Organising Committee for the Olympic
20 years. Informed by the Mayor of London’s         Paralympic Games (the Plan) which will be
                                                                                                             Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG), the
Transport Strategy and the London Plan, TfL’s       published in Summer 2007.
                                                                                                             London boroughs and a wide range of other
Investment Programme is designed to deliver an      The Plan identifies five main Games transport            stakeholders and operators.
integrated transport system that will enable this   objectives, which may change as a result
growth, driving the regeneration of key areas of    of consultation:
the city.
                                                    G   Provide safe, secure, inclusive, fast and reliable
                                                        transport for the Olympic Family and
                                                        Paralympic Family members;
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                                                                                                                                               Transport for London
In the run up to 2012 TfL’s role is to ensure the   A further £94.1m of operational enhancements,          G   Capacity enhancements to relieve congestion
delivery of the list of its Investment Programme    fully funded by the ODA and LOCOG, will                    at King’s Cross, Wembley Park and North
projects and additional Games-specific              supplement the capital investment to ensure                Greenwich stations.
operational enhancements that are guaranteed        the effective running of the network during            G   The completion of step-free access at 25% of
as part of London’s Host City contract with the     Games time.
                                                                                                               stations by 2010. Green Park, Southfields and
International Olympic Committee (IOC) and
                                                    Details of the specific schemes that make up               Baker Street sub-surface lines will also be
assumed by the ODA’s transport plan. During
                                                    these programmes are shown in tables 1 to 3,               step-free by 2012.
the Games TfL will be responsible for providing
                                                    along with their funding.
services across its network to a specification
agreed with the ODA, LOCOG and the
                                                                                                           Docklands Light Railway (DLR)
Department for Transport.
                                                    London Underground (LU)
                                                                                                           The DLR will play a particularly important role
TfL’s proven ability to deliver major projects on
                                                    By 2010 a total of £7.6bn will have been spent on      during the Games. A number of major projects
time and to budget will be needed to ready
                                                    the modernisation and renewal of the Tube              will increase the total capacity of the DLR
London in time for the immovable deadline of
                                                    network, funded through both the PPP and TfL           network by around 50% by 2012. The DLR
27th July 2012, the opening ceremony of the
                                                    Investment Programme. Games-pertinent                  London City Airport extension was already well
Olympic Games. £5.02bn is being spent on works
                                                    highlights are detailed below.                         advanced at the time the Games was awarded
that are already part of the £10bn Investment
                                                                                                           and opened in December 2005, on budget and
Programme, the majority of which are already        G   The modernisation and/or refurbishment of all
                                                                                                           ahead of schedule.
underway and which will complete in time for the        250 LU stations by 2012 as part of the PPP
Games. TfL is also delivering £574m of additional       contract.                                          The Canning Town to Stratford International
specific Games- related capital projects, with                                                             Station extension was awarded powers to
                                                    G   A total increase in capacity of the Jubilee line
funding of approximately £233m from the                                                                    proceed in October 2006 and construction is
                                                        of 48% by 2009.
Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) and LOCOG.                                                                expected to begin later in 2007. Due to open in
Work across all key projects remains on schedule    G   The Piccadilly line extension to Heathrow          2010 and funded by TfL and the ODA this will
and on budget.                                          Terminal 5, scheduled to open in March 2008.       provide a vital rail link for the Games allowing
                                                                                                           passengers arriving at Stratford International
                                                    G   The upgrade of the Northern line signalling,
                                                                                                           Station to quickly and easily access the Olympic
                                                        communication and control systems with a
                                                                                                           Park at Stratford and other Games venues using
                                                        complete line upgrade finished by 2012,
                                                                                                           the DLR and its connections to the rest of
                                                        delivering a capacity increase of 21%.
                                                                                                           London’s transport network. The extension will
                                                                                                           involve converting part of the North London Line
                                                                                                           to DLR operation, between Royal Victoria and

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Stratford, and the laying of track to the new           To increase capacity DLR has 31 new carriages on       One of the largest single Investment Programme
Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL) station at              order costing £50m and due to go into service          projects is the £1.1bn extension of the East
Stratford International. It will then serve existing    across the network in 2009. This will help meet        London line. This will deliver a new railway line
stations at Stratford, West Ham, Canning Town           anticipated passenger demand for both the              between West Croydon, Crystal Palace and
and Royal Victoria, which will be converted to          Games and support the regeneration of the areas        Dalston Junction and the upgrade of the existing
DLR specifications with improved accessibility          served by the DLR.                                     Tube line running between Whitechapel and New
and step-free access. In addition, three new                                                                   Cross/New Cross Gate and intermediate stations
intermediate, fully accessible stations will be built                                                          at Shadwell, Canada Water and Surrey Quays.
at Star Lane, Abbey Road, Stratford High Street.        London Overground                                      Phase one will extend the existing East London
                                                                                                               Line south to Crystal Palace/West Croydon and
The Woolwich Arsenal extension will connect             In 2007 TfL will take over responsibility from the
                                                                                                               north to Dalston Junction. It will provide
Greenwich with the London City Airport line at          DfT for the administration of the current Silverlink
                                                                                                               frequent, Metro-style train services The main
King George V station. With tunnelling on the           Metro franchise which runs on the North London
                                                                                                               work started in October 2006 and TfL recently
second pass under the Thames completing during          line. The Mayor of London has announced that
                                                                                                               awarded a £363m ‘main works’ contract to a
2007 the line is due to open in early 2009. The         this route will be combined with the East London
                                                                                                               consortium comprising Balfour Beatty and
new route under the river resurfaces near the           Line to form the London Overground, a new
                                                                                                               Carillion. The East London railway will re-open in
existing Woolwich Arsenal National Rail station,        Tube-style frequency service with new trains,
                                                                                                               June 2010 and connect with the North London
with entrances accessible via Greens End and            staffed stations and Oyster ticketing. The London
                                                                                                               railway when the Dalston link completes in
Woolwich New Road. The new, fully accessible            Overground will also include the London Euston-
                                                                                                               January 2011 enabling the service to terminate
station will be constructed on three levels             Watford Junction local line, the West London line
                                                                                                               at Highbury and Islington. Connecting 20 London
underground and will integrate south eastern            from Willesden Junction to Clapham Junction via
                                                                                                               boroughs the London Overground will bring huge
services on the North Kent Line, bus services via       Kensington Olympia and the Gospel Oak-Barking
                                                                                                               regeneration opportunities to some of the most
Charlton, Thamesmead, Plumstead, Abbey Wood             line. This will give TfL the ability to deliver more
                                                                                                               deprived areas of the Capital by providing a key
and Bexleyheath and the planned Greenwich               frequent, reliable and higher quality rail services.
                                                                                                               transport link between north east, east and south
Waterfront scheme. During the Games the                 It will also make the London Overground a vital
                                                                                                               east London.
station will serve the Royal Artillery Barracks,        part of TfL’s integrated transport network, and
which will hold the shooting events and in legacy       help towards providing sufficient capacity on
will serve an area identified as a key priority for     those rail routes needed for the Games.
regeneration in the Thames Gateway region.




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                                                                                                                                               Transport for London
2012 Olympic projects
‘London 2012 will provide the best transport to and from the Games in
Olympic history. The reliability of the transport will be an incentive for
almost all those going to the Games to use public transport; and that
public transport will provide a legacy to benefit Londoners for
generations to come.’
Olympics Minister Tessa Jowell, 2006,
Transport for London

The main construction work will consist of:           Walking and cycling
G   Replacing approximately 7.4km of track and        TfL is developing a forward looking plan for
    signalling equipment on the existing East         improving walking and cycling for Games venues
    London Line (Whitechapel-New Cross) to            which meets both the demands of spectators and
    convert it to national rail operation             also provides lasting value in terms of sustainable
                                                      transport provision. Early engagement with user
G   Installing about 3.6km of new track and
                                                      groups and boroughs are central to the strategy
    signalling equipment for the northern extension
                                                      for walking and cycling which will see a mixture of
    from Whitechapel to Dalston Junction
                                                      traffic free routes, services and promotion to
G   Constructing four new stations with step-free     complement the ongoing and unprecedented
    access at Dalston Junction, Haggerston,           investment in these modes in recent years. In
    Hoxton and Shoreditch High Street                 particular, the Games proposals will add value to
                                                      existing TfL programmes including the London
G   Providing a railway flyover just north of New
                                                      Cycle Network plus and the six Strategic Walks.
    Cross Gate to connect the southern end of the
                                                      As such the investment channelled through TfL
    line to the existing Network Rail Line (New
                                                      by the ODA will help London meet the Mayor’s
    Cross-West Croydon)
                                                      targets of 200% growth in cycling by 2020 and
G   Building a new train maintenance depot at         10% growth in walking by 2015.’
    New Cross



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                                                      Funding for those additional improvements         On the DLR network, Olympic needs are
London                                                required comes under the auspices of the
                                                      ODA. Tables 1 and 2 show the particular
                                                                                                        met by the planned expansion of the
                                                                                                        infrastructure network and service level

2012 Games                                            schemes involved, along with their funding and
                                                      where further details can be found in this
                                                      Investment Programme.
                                                                                                        enhancements, including:

                                                                                                        I   Extensions to London City Airport and
The awarding of the 2012 Olympics Games
and Paralympic Games to London will have a                                                                  Woolwich Arsenal
                                                      On the LU network, the PPP contracts secure
major impact on the delivery of transport                                                               I   Creation of the Stratford International/Canning
                                                      the bulk of infrastructure needs, in particular
schemes to meet the needs of the Olympic              line upgrades and station modernisations,             Town line, including conversion of the North
family and spectators at the Games. TfL played        with other Games needs being primarily                London Line to DLR operation
a substantial part in securing the Games for          met by operational measures. Plans being
London through the creation of a transport
                                                                                                        I   Enhancing capacity on the DLR network
                                                      developed include:
strategy showing how spectators and                                                                     I   Increase in the DLR fleet size to run higher
participants would be safely and reliably             I   Enhanced service patterns through the day,        service levels for the Games
transported across the Capital.                           extended hours running (05:30-02:30) and      I   Tactical measures to enhance access and
The schemes were enshrined in a Memorandum                selective 24-hour running                         egress at Prince Regent Station and to improve
of Understanding (MoU) with the International         I   Improved resilience to run enhanced               network resilience
Olympic Committee, which formed an integral               service patterns
part of London’s bid. The schemes were split into                                                       London Rail and the ODA are developing
three parts:                                          I   Upgrade of West Ham station to serve the      improved services on the North London Line to
                                                          Olympic Park                                  provide a higher capacity into Stratford Regional
G   Table 1: Schemes that already formed part of                                                        Station (the new terminus for North London
    TfL’s Investment Programme and would be                                                             Line). London Rail will also be responsible for
    delivered in time for the Games                                                                     completion of the East London Line extension
                                                                                                        in 2010.
G   Table 2: Additional improvements, requiring
    separate funding, that TfL committed to deliver
    in the event of a successful bid
G   Table 3: Operational enhancements, requiring
    separate funding from the ODA and LOCOG,
    that TfL committed to deliver in the event of a
    successful bid.


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                                                                                                                                          Transport for London
  Surface Transport schemes being developed to
  meet Games needs include:

  I   Improvements to the A13

  I   Upgraded Traffic Control Centre

  I    Enhancements to the road network to
      facilitate changed traffic patterns

  I   Improved cycling and walking access
      provision at Olympic venues




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Table 1: Improvements required for the Games where TfL was committed to delivering before winning the bid

                                                                                          £m
                                               ODA                                                                        Total                Total
                                             funded?        TfL mode                      2005/ 2006/ 2007/ 2008/ 2009/ 2005/06– 2010/ 2011/ 2005/06–
Games MoU scheme description                 (P = partial) responsible Page    IP code     06    07    08    09    10   2009/10   11    12   2011/12
Docklands Light Railway (DLR) London                                          LR-PJ08 +
                                                 N           LR        16                 22.2    0.4    0.0    0.0    0.0     22.6   0.0    0.0      22.6
City Airport extension in service.                                              PJ502
Second DLR platform at Stratford
                                                 N           LR        17     LR-PJ07      3.6   11.5    3.7    0.0    0.0     18.8   0.0    0.0      18.8
Regional station.
                                                                              LR-PJ09 +
DLR Woolwich Arsenal extension.                  N           LR        18                 73.9   58.4   55.7   17.3   (6.7)   198.6   0.0    0.0     198.6
                                                                                PJ503
18 additional DLR rail cars (6 for 2 car
train service to Woolwich Arsenal,                                            LR-PJ04 +
                                                 N           LR        19                  7.2    5.8   32.4    5.6    0.0     51.0   0.0    0.0      51.0
12 for 3 car train service on Bank-                                             PJ501
Lewisham section).
15 tph 3 car DLR train service on Bank-
Lewisham section, and converting North
London Line to DLR operation, including
                                                 N           LR        20     LR-PJ06      4.6   13.4   66.6   62.9   16.2    163.5   0.0    0.0     163.5
3 new stations, and extension to Stratford
International station. Total of 15
additional rail cars.
Central Line upgrade. Journey time
improvement (from 9% increase in                 N           LU        21     LU-PF20      0.0   0.0    31.3   31.3   0.0      62.6   0.0    0.0       62.6
train kms)
Piccadilly Line extension to Heathrow
                                                 N           LU        22     LU-PF45      0.0   0.5     3.0   8.2    7.7      19.4   4.8    3.6       27.7
Terminal 5



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                                                                                                                                            Transport for London
                                                                                        £m
                                              ODA                                                                       Total                Total
                                            funded?        TfL mode                     2005/ 2006/ 2007/ 2008/ 2009/ 2005/06– 2010/ 2011/ 2005/06–
Games MoU scheme description                (P = partial) responsible Page    IP code    06    07    08    09    10   2009/10   11    12   2011/12

Jubilee Line Upgrade: Journey time
improvement of 22% (from increase in            N           LU        23     LU-PF21    84.0   77.0   67.8 54.0     44.1   326.8   14.7   0.0        341.5
service frequency from 24tph to 33tph
and 48% increase in train kms)

Northern Line Upgrade: Journey time
improvement of 18% (from increase in
                                                           LU        23      LU-PF21    41.9   67.8   54.0   55.0   45.0   263.6   44.3   30.9       338.8
service frequency from 30tph to 33tph and
an 18% increase in train kms)
Improvements to the A13                        N           ST        24      ST-PJ168   14.2   19.0   11.4   29.4   28.8   102.8   29.4   29.2       161.5
East London Transit – Phase 1                   N           ST        25     ST-PJ24     0.9    6.2    9.4    0.0    0.0    16.6    0.0    0.0        16.6
Greenwich Waterfront Transit – Phase 1          N           ST        26     ST-PJ25     0.0    0.4    3.9   12.0   12.0    28.4    0.0    0.0        28.4
East London Line extension                      N           LR        27     LR-PJ01    44.6   96.6 282.1 392.7 137.0      953.0   16.0    0.0       969.0
* Olympic Route Instrumentation                 N           ST        28     ST-PJ93     0.1    0.0    1.9    5.0    3.1    10.1    5.0    2.0        17.1
* London Rail Concession
                                                N           LR        29     LR-PJ33     0.0    1.8    8.9    9.3    7.0    26.9    0.0    0.0        26.9
  Stations upgrade

* DLR 3 Car North Route                         N           LR        30     LR-PJ05     0.3    2.0    2.3    7.2    5.9    17.7    0.0    0.0        17.7

* DLR Railcar Refurbishment                     N           LR        31     LR-PJ15     7.6    2.5    2.1   0.0    0.0     12.2    0.0    0.0        12.2



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                                                                                  £m
                                        ODA                                                                       Total                Total
                                      funded?        TfL mode                     2005/ 2006/ 2007/ 2008/ 2009/ 2005/06– 2010/ 2011/ 2005/06–
Games MoU scheme description          (P = partial) responsible Page   IP code     06    07    08    09    10   2009/10   11    12   2011/12
Refurbishment/Modernisation
                                          N           LU        32     LU-PR09    420.7 405.2 385.8   439.6 562.0 2,213.3         186.6    144.4    2,544.3
programme for all 246 stations
* CTRL at King’s Cross
                                          N           LU        33     LU-PF41
  (Northern Ticket Hall)

* Wembley Park Congestion Relief          N           LU        34     LU-PJ34
                                                                                         Financial figures for these schemes are included under
* North Greenwich Congestion Relief       N           LU        35     LU-PJ30            Station modernisation programme (LU-PR09) above.

* Green Park Step Free Access             N           LU        36     LU-PJ219

* SSL Step Free Access
                                          N           LU        37     LU-PJ246
  (Baker Street and Southfields)

Pre-existing TfL Funded Schemes
                                                                                  725.7 768.5 1,022.2 1,129.4 862.1    4,507.9   300.8 210.1        5,018.8
(£million)




* Subsequently added post MOU




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Table 2: Additional improvements, requiring separate funding, which TfL has committed to as part of winning the bid

                                                                                           £m
                                                  ODA                                                                      Total                Total
                                                funded?        TfL mode                    2005/ 2006/ 2007/ 2008/ 2009/ 2005/06– 2010/ 2011/ 2005/06–
Funding agreement scheme description            (P = partial) responsible Page   IP code    06    07    08    09    10   2009/10   11    12   2011/12
Conversion of North London Line to DLR
operation, including 4 new stations,
extension to Stratford International Station,
                                                    P           LR        38     LR-PJ10    3.5   10.1   57.1   67.3   61.5   199.5   11.5    0.0     211.0
platform for revised national railways North
London Line service at Stratford (£29.1m
total ODA funding)
50% of the cost of 22 additional rail cars
to provide 24tph 2 car train service for
the Games on converted North London
                                                    P           LR        39     LR-PJ20    0.0    6.4    3.1   14.7   17.8    42.0    0.0    0.0       42.0
Line, and 3 car train service for the
Games to Woolwich Arsenal (50%
ODA funded)
Signalling and infrastructure works
for North London Line (£102.4m                      P           LR        40     LR-PJ32    0.0    3.0   16.1   74.5 100.6    194.2   45.7    0.0     239.9
ODA funding)
Infrastructure upgrade at Blackwall and East
India stations and signalling, communications
and power modifications between Poplar and
                                                    Y           LR        41     LR-PJ22    0.0    0.0    4.5    6.7    2.0    13.2    0.0    0.0       13.2
Woolwich Arsenal to allow 3 car train
operation to and from Woolwich Arsenal
during the Games.
Increase to station capacity at Prince
Regent (second exit to serve ExCel) and             Y           LR        42     LR-PJ25    0.0    0.0    0.5    2.1    3.7     6.3    0.0    0.0        6.3
other network stations.
Provision of new signal loop between
Westferry and Royal Mint Street to                  Y           LR        43     LR-PJ23    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.4    0.0     0.4    0.0    0.0        0.4
improve perturbation recovery time.

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                                                                                                                                             Transport for London
                                                                                            £m
                                                   ODA                                                                      Total                Total
                                                 funded?       TfL mode                     2005/ 2006/ 2007/ 2008/ 2009/ 2005/06– 2010/ 2011/ 2005/06–
Funding agreement scheme description             P = partial) responsible Page   IP code     06    07    08    09    10   2009/10   11    12   2011/12
Modification to the junction at Royal Mint
                                                     Y           LR       44     LR-PJ27     0.0    0.0    0.0    3.7   6.3     9.9    0.0   0.0         9.9
Street to improve system recovery time.
Enhancement of London Cycle network
to provide cycling opportunity for          Y                    ST       45     ST-PJ163    0.0    0.0    0.0    1.1   5.3     6.4    1.1   0.0         7.5
Spectators and workforce
Enhancement of walking routes in vicinity
                                            Y                    ST       46     ST-PJ164    0.0    0.0   (0.0)   0.4   1.7     2.1    0.4   0.0         2.5
of London Olympic Park and Venues
†
 Olympic Transport Operations Centre
                                          LOCOG                  ST       47     ST-PJ162    0.0    0.0    0.0    4.7   4.7     9.4    0.0   0.0         9.4
(OTOC)
†
 Temporary and Permanent works
                                          LOCOG                  ST              ST-PJ165    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0   0.0     0.0    3.5   3.5         7.0
required to the Olympic Route Network
Junction improvements to the TfL road
network to support the planned Olympic      Y                    ST              ST-PJ161    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0   0.0     0.0    5.5   5.5        11.0
Route Network
LUL Stations: Upgrade of West Ham
station to increase capacity and upgrade
                                                     Y           LU       48     LU-PJ218    0.0    0.2    0.8    5.5   4.3    10.7    2.5   0.0        13.2
of station operations rooms at key
interchanges
LUL Resilience: Construction of two new
sidings on Central Line to enhance
                                                     Y           LU       49     LU-PJ217    0.0    0.5    0.0    0.0   0.0     0.5    0.0   0.0         0.5
system recovery time (Discontinued in
favour of Operational solution)
Total ODA funded schemes (£million)                                                          3.5   20.2   82.1 181.0 207.7    494.6   70.2   9.0    573.8
†
    LOCOG (London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games) funded



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Table 3: Operational enhancements, funded by the ODA (or LOCOG) which TfL has committed to deliver

                                                                                                                Total                         Total
                                                 TfL mode                                                      05/06 -                       05/06 -
Funding Agreement Scheme Description             responsible 2005/06   2006/07   2007/08   2008/09   2009/10    09/10    2010/11   2011/12    11/12
Additional DLR staff required to operate the
                                                     LR        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       2.9        2.9
London 2012 Games service plan.
Provision of DLR network wide signage for
                                                     LR        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.7        0.7
London 2012 Games wayfinding.
Signalling and infrastructure works for North
                                                     LR        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       2.2        2.2
London Line
Earlier start (0530) and late finish (0230) to
services across the network; Network wide
                                                     LU        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0      21.4       21.4
24hr running to cater for opening and
closing ceremonies; Additional LUL staff.
Recruitment and training of LUL volunteers           LU        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       1.3        1.3
Additional station and train cleaning                LU        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       2.5        2.5
Provision of network wide signage for
                                                     LU        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       2.5        2.5
London 2012 Games wayfinding
Operational resilience on the Central Line to
enhance system recovery time and in the
                                                     LU        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0      12.5       12.5
event of an incident and additional network
maintenance to improve resilience
Rescheduling of planned LUL network
enhancements to minimise risk of                    LU         0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0      10.0       10.0
disruption to the Games services



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                                                                                                                                      Transport for London
                                                                                                               Total                         Total
                                                TfL mode                                                      05/06 -                       05/06 -
Funding Agreement Scheme Description            responsible 2005/06   2006/07   2007/08   2008/09   2009/10    09/10    2010/11   2011/12    11/12
Provision of enhanced bus services and
bus station management at Greenwich for             ST        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       1.3       1.3
The Dome
Shuttle buses for workforce & volunteers            ST        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       2.8       2.8
Olympic Transport Operations Centre
                                                    ST        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.9       0.9
(OTOC)
Enforcement required for Olympic Route
                                                    ST        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       1.9       1.9
Network (LOCOG funded)

Enhancements to existing TfL bus services
for specific transport requirements during          ST        0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       4.9       4.9
the Games period (LOCOG funded)

Background Travel Demand Management
(initiatives to suppress background transport
                                                              0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0      12.5      12.5
demand during the Games period)
(all modes)
Transport arrangements (all modes) for
                                                              0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       1.4       1.4
those attending opening/closing Ceremonies
Transport arrangements (all modes) for test
                                                              0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       6.3       6.3       6.3       0.0      12.5
events prior to the Games period
Total ODA funded schemes (£million)                           0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       6.3       6.3       6.3      81.5      94.1



                                                                                                                                            15
Games projects
                                                                                                                               Primary category:
Project: London City Airport extension                                                          Completed                      Accommodating London’s Growth

Project locations:                         Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR new services/line extensions
London Borough of Newham                   Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Portfolio: DLR new services/line extensions

                                           Outputs                                    Justification                            Outcomes
                                           This activity covers the extension         The extension delivers passenger         • Faster and higher-quality link to the
                                           of the DLR to London City Airport          (journey time) benefits totalling          airport and through Royal Docks
                                           and onward to King George V,               £218.8m (PV) over 30 years, plus road      regeneration zone
                                           including intermediate stations at         decongestion valued at £13.1m. A         • Revenue generation (increasing
                                           West Silvertown and Pontoon Dock.          good quality public transport link is
                                                                                                                                 with demand) £1.57m per year,
                                           This includes passive provision for        essential for sustainably facilitating
                                                                                                                                 PV £28.6m over 30 years
                                           two further stations to be opened          airport growth. The route also serves
                                           in line with future development.           the major regeneration area of           • The project will help to reduce the
                                           It has been let as a 30 year Design,       Docklands/Thames Gateway. The              number of road-based journeys
                                           Build, Finance and Maintain                extension will regenerate the southern     to the airport by about one million
                                           (DBFM) concession.                         part of the Royal Docks, which is          vehicles per annum by 2020
                                                                                      currently served by two trains per
                                           Key milestones                             hour in each direction throughout the    E&I impacts
                                                                                      day. The extension will also connect
                                           Complete viaduct                                                                    • Bringing a fully accessible railway
                                                                                      the southern part of the Royal Docks
                                           structure              November 2005                                                  to an area with lowest 10% ranking
                                                                                      to the London rail network and
                                                                                                                                 indices of deprivation (income
           25                              Complete station                           offer major reductions in passenger
                                                                                                                                 and employment)
                                           construction           November 2005       journey times, as well as significant
                                                                                      improvements in public transport         • 55% households do not have a car
           20                              Completion date        December 2005
                                                                                      accessibility to Canary Wharf, the       • Will support development such
                                                                                      city and the West End.                     as Silvertown Quays (London
           15                              Benefit cost ratio
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                                                                                                                                 Development Agency), which will
                                           1.6:1                                      Environmental impacts                      have a high proportion of social
           10
                                                                                      • The resulting modal shift from car       housing (as determined by
                                           Estimated final cost                         and taxi use will have an indirect       Mayoral and borough policy)
            5
                                           This project is financed via a               impact on reducing air emissions
            0
                                           30 year DBFM PFI concession.               • Increased energy use will be
                2005 2006 2007 2008 2009   Total construction cost amounts              offset by modal shift, and
                 /06  /07  /08  /09  /10   to approximately £150m.                      increased noise will be addressed
                                           Net financial effect                         by mitigation measures
                16         LR-PJ08/PJ502   -£144.9m (PV terms)
                                                                                                                              Primary category:
Project: Stratford Regional                                                                                                   Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                       Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR stations
Stratford, London Borough
of Newham                                Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Portfolio: DLR major modernisation

Outputs                                  Justification                              Outcomes
This activity covers the provision       Provision of additional passenger and      • Longer platforms will greatly
of double-track DLR platforms at         operational capacity at Stratford            improve passenger circulation and
Stratford Regional station to replace    station to reduce platform crowding          platform capacity, reduce crowding
existing single narrow platform.         and improve safety, against a                and minimise the risk of accidents
Double track allows the potential        background of continuing increases           at the platform edge
to increase service frequency            in passenger traffic.                      • Allows an increase in service
on the Stratford branch.                 Required to mitigate increasing              frequency from seven to five
                                         safety (crowding) risk at an already         minute intervals in the peak, and
Key milestones                           very cramped and busy platform.              additional flexibility in removing
Secure planning                          This will also improve operational           any failed rolling stock from service
approvals            September 2004      flexibility and recovery of service.
                                                                                    • Provision for future
Start works              August 2005                                                  three-car upgrade
                                         Benefit cost ratio
Completion of phase 1                                                               • New interchange link to platforms
(south platform)            April 2007   2.0:1                                        3 and 5 and link directly into
                                                                                      mezzanine level of Stratford station
Overall completion       August 2007     Estimated final cost                         allows dual access to platforms                    12
                                         Total project cost       £20.4m
                                                                                                                                         10
                                         (£18.8m 2005/06–2009/10)                   Environmental impacts
                                                                                    • The resulting modal shift from                      8




                                                                                                                              Millions
                                         Net financial effect                         private car use will have an indirect
                                                                                      impact on reducing air emissions                    6
                                         -£7.8m (PV terms)
                                                                                                                                          4
                                                                                    E&I impacts
                                                                                    • Improving accessibility, safety and                 2
                                                                                      personal security for all, through
                                                                                                                                         0
                                                                                      the reduction of crowding                               2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                                                                                                                                               /06  /07  /08  /09  /10



                                                                                                                                         LR-PJ07              17
                                                                                                                                 Primary category:
Project: Woolwich Arsenal extension                                                                                              Accommodating London’s Growth

Project locations:                          Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR new services/extensions
London Borough of Greenwich                 Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Portfolio: DLR new services/line extensions

                                            Outputs                                    Justification                             Outcomes
                                            Extension of the railway under             The scheme will create a new,             • Trains could run up to every
                                            the Thames from King George V              strategic, cross-river public transport     four minutes in the peak periods
                                            to Woolwich Arsenal, with new              link, reduce severance effect of the        to and from Woolwich Arsenal
                                            combined station at Woolwich               Thames, lead to a modal shift towards     • An estimated 500,000 passenger
                                            Arsenal linking with town centre,          public transport and have a significant     trips per annum would divert from
                                            buses, South Eastern rail services         impact on the physical and social           car to public transport
                                            and Waterfront Transit. Length of          regeneration of Woolwich in support       • Physical regeneration of Woolwich
                                            the track delivered – 2.5km.               of the London Plan. The scheme will         – 1,000 permanent jobs by 2017
                                                                                       promote the provision of new housing
                                                                                                                                 • Journey times from Woolwich to:
                                            Key milestones                             in the Woolwich area, improve
                                                                                                                                   City Airport – five minutes, Canning
                                                                                       residents’ access to suitable jobs and      Town – 16 minutes, Canary Wharf
                                            Tender documents                           services across the inner Thames
                                            returned         September 2004                                                        – 18 minutes, Bank – 26 minutes
                                                                                       Gateway and central London, sustain
                                            Appoint concessionaire       May 2005      and increase economic activity,           • Forecast revenue by March 2011 –
                                                                                       particularly in the retail and leisure      approximately £12m
                                            Commence construction June 2005
                                                                                       sector in Woolwich town centre, and
                                            Tunnel boring commencedApril 2006          accelerate and change the nature of       Environmental impacts
           80
                                                                                       inward investment through commercial      • Resulting modal shift will have
           70                               Trackwork complete      February 2007                                                  an indirect impact on reducing
                                                                                       development and local jobs.
           60                               Commence trackwork          June 2007                                                  air emissions
           50                                                                                                                    • Increased energy use will be offset by
                                            Completion of tunnelling     July 2007     Benefit cost ratio
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           40                                                                                                                      modal shift, and increased noise will
                                            Systems testing            March 2008      1.7:1                                       be addressed by mitigation measures
           30
           20                               Systems complete       December 2008                                                 • Positive impact on the local
                                                                                       Estimated final cost                        built environment
           10                               Project completion       January 2009      Project will be financed via Design,
            0                                                                          Build, Finance and Maintain (DBFM)        E&I impacts
           -10                              Net financial effect                       PFI concession.                           • Creating a fully accessible station
                 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                  /06  /07  /08  /09  /10   -£112m (PV terms)                          Direct cost              £27.4m           • Increasing social inclusion by
                                                                                       (£21.5m 2005/06–2009/10)                    attracting investment in Woolwich
                                                                                       PFI capital                  £177.1m        and improving access to employment
                 18         LR-PJ09/PJ503                                              (2005/06–2009/10)                           and growth in Docklands
                                                                                                                                   Primary category:
Project: Woolwich Arsenal/three-car rail cars                                                                                      Accommodating London’s Growth

Project locations:                         Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR rolling stock
Bank–Lewisham/Woolwich                     Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Portfolio: DLR major procurements

Outputs                                    Justification                              Outcomes
• Capacity enhancements (three-car)        Capacity enhancements (three-car)          • Sufficient fleet of rail cars to operate
 – procurement of 18 new vehicles          Continuing increase in demand                three-car services between Bank and
                                           arising from commercial and                  Lewisham, and services to the new
• Woolwich Arsenal extension –
                                           residential growth in the Canary             Woolwich Arsenal extension
  procurement of six new vehicles
                                           Wharf area, plus an increase in the
                                           number of events held at ExCel,            Environmental impacts
Key milestones
                                           mean more capacity is required             • The resulting modal shift from
Contract let                  April 2005   on the Stratford to Crossharbour/            private car use will have an indirect
First painted car body February 2007       Lewisham route to reduce                     impact on reducing air emissions
                                           passenger congestion and
First train delivered   October 2007                                                  • Increased energy use will be
                                           overcrowding. This project
Last train delivered December 2008         offers best value for money when             offset by efficiencies, and
                                           compared to other options, such as           increased noise will be addressed
18th car in service           June 2008                                                 by mitigation measures
                                           infrastructure/signalling works to
All cars in service     February 2009      increase train frequency.
                                                                                      E&I impacts
Estimated final cost                       Woolwich Arsenal extension                 • Increasing social inclusion through                   35

Direct costs                     £1.3m     Increase the use of public transport         the development of the Isle of                        30
(£1m 2005/06–2009/10)                      for cross-river journeys.                    Dogs and Woolwich town centre
                                                                                                                                              25
PFI capital                       £50m     Physical regeneration of Woolwich.




                                                                                                                                   Millions
                                                                                                                                              20
(cost of rail cars to be                   It is anticipated that trains could
funded via a finance lease)                run up to every four minutes in                                                                    15
                                           the peak periods to and from
                                                                                                                                              10
                                           Woolwich Arsenal.
                                                                                                                                               5
                                           Six additional vehicles required to
                                           operate the planned service to and                                                                  0
                                           from Woolwich Arsenal.                                                                                  2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                                                                                                                                                    /06  /07  /08  /09  /10



                                                                                                                                   LR-PJ04/PJ501                   19
                                                                                                                            Primary category:
Project: Three-car Bank–Lewisham                                                                                            Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                         Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR line upgrades
Bank–Lewisham                              Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Portfolio: DLR line upgrades

                                           Outputs                                    Justification                         Outcomes
                                           This activity covers the structural        Continuing increase in demand,        • Increased morning peak capacity
                                           works (platform extensions, track          arising from commercial and             from 17 trains per hour (two-car) to
                                           realignment, viaduct strengthening)        residential growth in the Canary        15 trains per hour (three-car)
                                           necessary for three-car operations         Wharf area, necessitates provision    • Crowding reduced
                                           between Bank/Tower Gateway                 for more capacity on the Bank/Tower
                                           and Lewisham.                              Gateway to Lewisham route to          • Reliability maintained by keeping
                                                                                      reduce passenger congestion             dwell times short
                                           Key milestones                             and overcrowding.                     • Additional capacity allows
                                           Transport and                              This option offers best value for       accelerated regeneration
                                           Works Act powers                           money when compared to other          • Additional cross-river public
                                           confirmed             November 2005        options, such as infrastructure/        transport capacity
                                                                                      signalling works to increase
                                           Tender documents                           train frequency.
                                           to be returned   December 2006                                                   Environmental impacts
                                           Construction                               Benefit cost ratio                    • The resulting modal shift from
                                           work starts                 April 2007                                             private car use will have an indirect
           70                                                                         1.4:1                                   impact on reducing air emissions
                                           Civil/trackwork/
           60                              signalling complete      January 2010                                            • Increased energy use will be offset
                                                                                      Estimated final cost
                                                                                                                              by efficiencies, and increased
           50                              Service operational      January 2010      Total project cost       £171.1m        noise will be addressed by
                                                                                      (£163.5m 2005/06–2009/10)               mitigation measures
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           40
           30
                                                                                                                            E&I impacts
           20
                                                                                                                            • Increasing social inclusion through
           10                                                                                                                 supporting regeneration that
                                                                                                                              provides more homes and jobs
            0
                2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                 /06  /07  /08  /09  /10



                20            LR-PJ06
                                                                                                                            Primary category:
Portfolio: LU line upgrades – PPP BCV                                                                                       Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                         Manager: Geoff Virrels                 Programme: LU line upgrades
Bakerloo, Central, Victoria and
Waterloo & City lines                      Title: PPP Contract Director BCV/SSL   Projects: Various

Outputs                                    Key milestones                         Outcomes
An upgrade project intended to             Central: Line upgrade completed,       • Reduced average journey times
increase capacity on an existing line.     5% capability improvement                - Bakerloo                       18%
The infracos are required to provide       (equivalent to capacity increase of      - Central                         5%
the capability for reduced journey         approximately 29%) (achieved) 2006       - Victoria                       16%
times, enabling increased capacity. This                                            - Waterloo & City                12%
                                           Victoria: Interim line upgrade
is achieved by coordinated renewal                                                • Increased capacity (service
                                           completed, 5% capability
and replacement of assets, typically                                                volumes) approximately:
                                           improvement (achieved)         2006
signals and rolling stock, delivering a                                             - Bakerloo                       23%
step change in performance.                Waterloo & City: Line upgrade            - Central                        29%
Lines affected:                            completed, 12% capability                - Victoria                       35%
                                           improvement (equivalent to               - Waterloo & City                30%
• Central                                  capacity increase of
• Waterloo & City                          approximately 30%)            2007     • Improved reliability as a result
• Victoria                                                                          of new assets
                                           Victoria: Full line upgrade
• Bakerloo                                 completed, 16% cumulative
Details of works on specific assets        capability improvement                 Cost breakdown for 2007/08
are captured under the relevant            (equivalent to cumulative              The PPP contracts specify levels of
asset portfolios.                          capacity increase of                   performance rather than particular
                                           approximately 35%)              2013   inputs. The precise ordering of works
Justification                                                                     is, therefore, at the discretion of the
                                           Bakerloo: Line upgrade                 infracos, subject to meeting LU’s
To provide increased capacity to           completed, 18% capability              safety and performance standards.          Cost data for upgrade
meet the growing customer demand           improvement (enables a                                                            activities is included under
over the next 20 years.                    capacity increase of                                                              the relevant asset portfolios
                                           approximately 23%)              2020   Environmental impacts
                                                                                                                             (see narrative on cost changes)
Narrative on cost changes                                                         • The line upgrades are expected to
                                           The exact capacity increase depends      deliver a 25% increase in capacity
A line upgrade involves investment         on how the improved capability is        by 2016, enabling modal shift in
in a number of asset categories,           delivered and used.                      favour of public transport
including rolling stock and signalling.
Cost data of £218m for upgrade             E&I impacts                            • Overall increased services and new
activities is, therefore, included                                                  trains will require more power. This
under the relevant asset portfolios,       • All customer groups benefit            is partly offset by new technologies,
and not repeated here.                       from line upgrades                     eg regenerative braking                    LU-PF20                21
                                                                                                                              Primary category:
Portfolio: LU extensions: Piccadilly line extension to Heathrow Terminal 5                                                    Accommodating London’s Growth

Project locations:                         Manager: Andy Mitchell                    Programme: LU extensions
Heathrow Airport                           Title: PPP Contract Director JNP          Projects: LU T5

                                           Outputs                                   Justification                            Outcomes
                                           T5 – extension to Piccadilly line west    Heathrow currently handles around        • Piccadilly line extension finished
                                           of the existing Heathrow airport          65 million people per year, and is the     prior to opening of T5
                                           Terminal 4 loop, via twin-bored           busiest international airport in the     • Three million passengers
                                           tunnels to serve a new station at         world and the largest in Europe.
                                                                                                                                per annum demand for T5
                                           Heathrow Terminal 5. The work is          The Piccadilly line was extended to
                                           funded by BAA, with LU contributing                                                  route by 2010
                                                                                     Heathrow Central Terminal Area in
                                           to the cost through a 30-year             1977 and to T4 in 1986, providing        • Providing a recognised alternative
                                           revenue sharing agreement. LU has         direct access between the airport          to car travel to the airport and
                                           an approved authority of £19.2m up        and central London. Terminal 5 will        helping to reduce road use around
                                           to 2008/09 for its own costs.             provide an additional capacity of          Heathrow – supporting BAA’s
                                           T123 – complementary works to the         up to 40 million people per year.          objective of 50% public transport
                                           existing T123 station are being           By extending the Piccadilly line to        modal share
                                           considered. BAA is making a               T5, LU will be connecting to a
                                           contribution of £17m to these works.      world-class air-rail-bus interchange,    Environmental impacts
                                                                                     supporting a project of local and
                                                                                                                              • The resulting modal shift from car
                                           Key milestones                            national significance, both
                                                                                                                                usage will have an indirect impact
           10                                                                        economically and politically.
                                           T4 loop re-opening after                                                             in reducing air emissions and noise
                                           20 months of closure               2006                                            • There would be some increases in
            8                              T5 extension works are led                Cost breakdown for 2007/08
                                                                                                                                energy use and waste creation due
                                           by BAA. The extension is                  LU extensions – Piccadilly       £3m       to the increase in service provision
            6                              scheduled to open in
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                                           April 2008 in tandem with                 Narrative on cost changes
                                           the new terminal                   2008                                            E&I impacts
            4                                                                        No significant cost changes
                                           T123 – the key milestones for                                                      • New station will have step-free
                                                                                     from 2006/07 plan.                         access to airport terminal
            2                              the station works at existing
                                           Terminal 1, 2 and 3 station                                                        • Improvements in step-free
           0
                                           (subject to outcome of                                                               provision for T123 station
                2005 2006 2007 2008 2009   feasibility studies into
                 /06  /07  /08  /09  /10   proposed solutions) are:
                                           • Detailed design completed        2006
                                           • Work starts on site              2006
                22            LU-PF45      • Project completed                2010
                                                                                                                              Primary category:
Portfolio: LU line upgrades – PPP JNP                                                                                         Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                        Manager: Andy Mitchell                    Programme: LU line upgrades
Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly          Title: PPP Contract Director JNP          Projects: Various

Outputs                                   Justification                             Outcomes
An upgrade project intended to            To provide increased capacity to          • Reduced average journey times
increase capacity on an existing line.    meet growing customer demand                - Jubilee                     22%
The infracos are required to provide      over the next 20 years.                     - Northern                    18%
the capability for reduced journey                                                    - Piccadilly                  19%
times, enabling increased capacity.       Key milestones                            • Increased capacity (service
This is achieved by coordinated                                                       volumes) approximately:
renewal and replacement of                Jubilee: Line upgrade completed,
                                          22% capability improvement                  - Jubilee                        48%
assets, typically signals and                                                         - Northern                       21%
rolling stock, delivering a step          (enables a capacity increase
                                          of approximately 48%)          2009         - Piccadilly                     35%
change in performance.
                                          Northern: Line upgrade                    • Improved reliability as a result of
Lines affected:                                                                       new assets
                                          completed, 18% capability
• Jubilee                                 improvement (enables a
• Northern                                capacity increase of                      Environmental impacts
                                          approximately 21%)                 2012
• Piccadilly                                                                        • The line upgrades are expected to
                                          Piccadilly: Line upgrade                    deliver a 25% increase in capacity
Details of works on specific assets       completed, 19% capability                   by 2016, enabling modal shift in
are captured under the relevant           improvement (enables a capacity             favour of public transport
asset portfolios.                         increase of approximately 35%) 2014
                                                                                    • Overall increased services and new
                                          The exact capacity increase depends         trains will require more power.
Cost breakdown for 2007/08                on how the improved capability is           This is partly offset by new             Cost data for upgrade
The PPP contracts specify levels of       delivered and used.                         technologies, eg regenerative braking    activities is included under
performance via the capability                                                                                                 the relevant asset portfolios
measures rather than particular           Narrative on cost changes                 E&I impacts                                (see narrative on cost changes)
inputs. The precise ordering of works
is, therefore, at the discretion of the   A line upgrade involves investment        • All customer groups benefit
infracos, subject to meeting LU’s         in a number of asset categories,            from line upgrades
safety and performance standards.         including rolling stock and signals.
                                          Cost data for £603m of upgrade
                                          activities is, therefore, included
                                          under the relevant asset portfolios,
                                          and not repeated here.                                                                 LU-PF21                23
                                                                                                                                   Primary category:
Project: Improvements to the A13                                                                 Completed                         Current Service

Project locations:                         Manager: Brian Thomas                      Programme: Major route and safety improvements
East London                                Title: DBFO Manager                        Portfolio: Major route improvements

                                           Outputs                                    Justification                                Outcomes
                                           A13 from Butcher Row to Wennington,        Project improves accessibility, enabling     • Personal injury accidents will be
                                           includes improvements to major             regeneration and new development in            reduced as a result of the new A13
                                           junctions and other works.                 the Thames Gateway corridor. The               DBFO – 2,400 personal injury
                                           The contract includes new low-noise        current works programme includes               accidents saved over 30 years
                                           road surfacing, safe crossing points and   monitoring works carried out under the       • Improved bus journey times and
                                           provision for high maintenance             A13 DBFO contract. The contract                reliability (new bus lanes)
                                           standards for 30 years.                    includes five major new schemes within
                                                                                                                                   • Junction improvements to
                                                                                      the 20km section of the A13 between
                                           Improved street lighting, upgraded                                                        improve journey time reliability
                                                                                      Limehouse and Wennington (Havering)
                                           facilities and CCTV.                                                                      and relieve congestion
                                                                                      and the operation and maintenance of
                                           Improved highway, footpaths                the A13 and A1261 for 30 years.              • Encourage walking and cycling by
                                           and cycleways.                                                                            improving conditions – new and
                                           New road signage and                                                                      improved footpaths and crossing
                                                                                      E&I impacts                                    facilities, new segregated cycle
                                           communication systems.
                                                                                      • Improved accessibility for residents         facilities and new cycle tracks
                                                                                        and commuters, safer road crossings,
                                           Key milestones                               cycleways and reduced congestion           Environmental impacts
                                           Woolwich Manor Way                         • The improved A13 will assist local         • Major improvement schemes include
           30                              substantially complete    August 2004        regeneration of the A13 corridor,            significant lengths of environmental
                                           Prince Regent Lane                           which will improve employment                barriers for the benefit of local residents.
           25                              scheme substantially                         opportunities                                Traffic noise and visual impact reduced.
                                           complete                  August 2004      • Increased security due to improved           Schemes also reduce congestion and
           20                              Canning Town scheme                          lighting to footways, upgraded subways       assist traffic flows, helping to improve
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                                           substantially complete   October 2004        and significant coverage by CCTV             air quality and CO2 emissions for the
           15
                                           Substantially complete                       cameras for more vulnerable user groups      benefit of local residents
           10                              A13 communications                         • Improved ramps to subways,                 • Significant lengths of new cycle tracks
                                           systems                September 2006        footbridges, improved                        along the A13 to encourage cycling,
            5                              Completion of                                footways/cycleways and crossings with        which will assist in improving air quality
                                           operation and                                tactile paving, ensuring adequate access   • Improved lighting standards along the
            0                              maintenance of the                           for trips on foot or for mobility-           A13, with reduction of light intrusion
                2005 2006 2007 2008 2009   A13 project road            April 2031       impaired people                              to adjacent properties
                 /06  /07  /08  /09  /10
                                                                                      • Improved bus facilities providing a        • Improved streetscape and landscape
                                           Estimated final cost                         means of travel for all ages and             as part of the major improvement
                                                                                        abilities, with access to facilities,        scheme, in line with urban
                24           ST-PJ168      N/A                                          employment and amenities                     design guidance
                                                                                                                              Primary category:
Project: East London Transit phase 1A                                                                                         Enhancing Quality of Service

Project locations:                      Manager: Matthew Albiges                     Programme: Bus transit schemes
Ilford–Barking–Dagenham Dock            Title: Prog. Mgr, Surface Transport Strat.   Portfolio: Bus transit schemes

Outputs                                 Justification                                Outcomes
Upgrade of Ilford–Barking–              Provision of a high quality (faster,         • Achieve at least a 10% reduction
Thamesview Estate corridor with         more efficient, reliable and                   in journey time for Route 369
high levels of bus priority, improved   attractive) bus transit service to             between the nearest stops to
stops and information. Includes new     encourage modal shift to public                Abridge Way and Ilford station by
dedicated access through Barking        transport in a rapidly developing              December 2008 (compared to
town centre and a package of            area. ELT will deliver attractive              December 2007)
highway measures. Corridor              public transport links between               • Customer satisfaction to increase
extended from Thamesview                sub-region, town centres and
                                                                                       by 5% – March 2009
Estate to Dagenham Dock.                neighbouring zone within Thames
                                        Gateway regeneration area. The
                                        introduction of ELT phase 1 is               Environmental impacts
Key milestones
                                        expected to strongly support the             • The resulting modal shift from
ELT preliminary                         previously identified regeneration             private car usage will have an
design published       November 2005    aspirations for the Ilford, Barking            indirect impact on reducing air
ELT public                              and Dagenham Dock areas.                       emissions and noise. The reduction
consultation                                                                           in the use of private vehicles in
report complete           August 2006   E&I impacts                                    the area is likely to result in a                 10
ELT detailed                                                                           slight decrease in emissions such
                                        • Low-floor vehicles and improved              as carbon monoxide (CO),
design complete        September 2006     stop and kerb designs allow                                                                     8
                                                                                       hydrocarbons (HC), oxides of
ELT infrastructure                        easy access to vehicles for all              nitrogen (NOx) and particulate
                                          passengers, including older and                                                                 6




                                                                                                                              Millions
works complete           January 2008                                                  matter. The introduction of newer,
                                          disabled people                              quieter buses along existing routes
ELT service starts      February 2008                                                                                                     4
                                        • Improved facilities at stops,                will contribute to reduced noise and
                                          such as lighting and CCTV,                   vibration levels
Benefit cost ratio                        can contribute to enhancing the                                                                 2
                                                                                     • Improvements to the built
21:1 (phase 1A)                           passenger waiting environment and
                                                                                       environment through the
                                          increase perceptions of personal                                                               0
                                                                                       development of a high quality                          2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Estimated final cost          £16.6m      security at night
                                                                                       public transport system                                 /06  /07  /08  /09  /10
                                        • Improved accessibility to Barking
                                          and Ilford town centres
                                                                                                                                         ST-PJ24              25
                                                                                                                                    Primary category:
Project: Greenwich Waterfront Transit phase 1                                                                                       Enhancing Quality of Service

Project locations:                         Manager: Penny Rees                         Programme: Bus transit schemes
North Greenwich–Abbey Wood                 Title: Strategy & Business Development      Portfolio: Bus transit schemes

                                           Outputs                                     Justification                                Outcomes
                                           In summary, the Greenwich Waterfront        High quality bus transit service to          The following performance targets
                                           Transit (GWT) route provides:               encourage use of public transport in a       are in place:
                                           • On-street running, as a conventional      rapidly developing area. More                • Journey time between Woolwich
                                             bus service, between North                attractive public transport links              town centre and Thamesmead town
                                             Greenwich and Woolwich Ferry              between sub-region town centres and            centre – GWT to achieve at least a
                                             Roundabout                                neighbouring zones within the Thames           10% reduction over the second
                                                                                       Gateway regeneration area will be              quarter after implementation,
                                           • Operation using a combination of new      provided. GWT will also be a catalyst
                                             bus lanes, new segregated alignment                                                      compared to that quarter in the
                                                                                       to regeneration in the area.                   previous year for Route 472
                                             and sections mixed with regular traffic
                                             from Woolwich Ferry roundabout to                                                      • Customer satisfaction – achieve a 5%
                                             Abbey Wood                                Estimated final cost             £28.4m        improvement in the overall customer
                                           • Selective Vehicle Detection (SVD) to                                                     satisfaction rating over the second
                                                                                       Environmental impacts                          quarter after implementation,
                                             give priority to GWT vehicles when
                                             passing through traffic signals           • The resulting modal shift from               compared to that quarter in the
                                                                                         private car usage will have an               previous year for Route 472
                                                                                         indirect impact on reducing air
                                           Key milestones
           12                                                                            emissions and noise                        E&I impacts
                                           GWT handover to
                                           Surface Transport          July 2006        • The reduction in the use of private        • Improved social inclusion through
           10                                                                            vehicles in the area is likely to result     the development of the bus
                                           Preliminary design     October 2006                                                        network, which is proportionally
                                                                                         in a slight decrease in emissions such
            8                              Public consultation     August 2007                                                        under used by disadvantaged groups
                                                                                         as carbon monoxide (CO),
Millions




            6
                                           Sign-off by boroughs September 2007           hydrocarbons (HC), oxides of               • Low-floor vehicles and improved
                                           Detailed design      September 2007           nitrogen (NOx) and particulate matter        stop and kerb designs allow easy
            4                              Construction                                • Improvements to built environment            access to vehicles for all passengers,
                                           commences            November 2008                                                         including older and disabled people
            2
                                           Construction completed    June 2010                                                      • Improved facilities at stops, such
           0                               Services commence          Mid 2010                                                        as lighting and CCTV, can contribute
                2005 2006 2007 2008 2009                                                                                              to enhancing the passenger
                 /06  /07  /08  /09  /10                                                                                              waiting environment and increase
                                           Benefit cost ratio                                                                         perceptions of personal security
                                           1.66:1                                                                                     at night
                26            ST-PJ25
                                                                                                                           Primary category:
Project: East London Line extension                                                                                        Accommodating London’s Growth

Project locations:                       Manager: Peter Richards                  Programme: New services
Dalston to Crystal Palace
and West Croydon                         Title: Project Director                  Portfolio: New services/extensions

Outputs                                  Justification                            Outcomes
• Rail link between Dalston Junction,    To reduce journey times, improve         • Extra revenue of £6m per year
  Crystal Palace, West Croydon and       connectivity, improve transport          • Opex £13m per year
  New Cross                              access to regeneration areas and
                                         assist in the regeneration of Dalston.   • Nine million new users to
• Four new stations                                                                 public transport
                                         The project is a component of
• Six stations refurbished               the Transport Plan for the London        • £60m journey time savings
• Track length: 3km new,                 2012 Games.
                                                                                  • 12 trains per hour in centre section
  7km converted, 14km existing
                                         Net financial effect          -£890m     • Three million train kilometres
• Other major civil works:                                                          per year
  three major bridges, new viaduct
                                         Benefit cost ratio
• Interchange works at Dalston           2.54:1                                   Environmental impacts
• Development enabling at                                                         • Road decongestion benefits
  Shoreditch High Street station         Estimated final cost
  (subject to funding)                                                            • The modal shift from car usage
                                         Total project cost      £983.1m            will have an impact on reducing
• Maintenance facility at                (£953m 2005/06–2009/10)                    air emissions and noise                           400
  New Cross Gate                                                                                                                      350
                                                                                  • Reuse of substantial brown
                                                                                    field sites                                       300
Key milestones
                                                                                  • Safety and ambience improvement                   250
Commence




                                                                                                                           Millions
procurement                                                                       • Increased noise from Shoreditch to                200
process               December 2004                                                 Dalston and at New Cross Gate                     150
Award main                                                                                                                            100
works contract               May 2007                                             E&I impacts
                                                                                                                                       50
Test running             January 2010                                             • Step-free access at all new stations
                                                                                                                                        0
Completion                   June 2010                                            • Significant transport enhancement                       2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                                                                                    to two of the most deprived                              /06  /07  /08  /09  /10
                                                                                    boroughs in the UK
                                                                                  • Main works contractor that will
                                                                                    encourage supplier diversity                       LR-PJ01              27
                                                                                                                                    Primary category:
Project: Network instrumentation to support the ORN                                                                                 Accommodating London’s Growth

Project locations:                        Manager: Tony Earl                            Programme: Traffic operations
Olympic Route Network                     Title: Head of Urban Traffic Control          Portfolio: Network instrumentation

                                          Outputs                                       Justification                               Outcomes
                                          The following technology street               The installation of technology street       This project will ensure the required
                                          infrastructure will be required:              infrastructure is an essential part of      technology street infrastructure is in place
                                          • New CCTV sites associated with the          providing operational readiness of the      to support the operational demands of
                                            Olympic Route Network (ORN)                 ORN to support the Games Transport          providing efficient and reliable transport
                                                                                        Operation.                                  services for the Olympic family.
                                          • Local traffic signal control junctions to
                                            Urban Traffic Control (UTC) split-cycle     This infrastructure will help to support    The ability to manage traffic flows in
                                            offset optimisation technique (SCOOT)       the additional demands on TfL to both       the most appropriate manner during
                                            central control on ORN                      monitor and react in real time to the       the Games will enhance London’s
                                                                                        needs of the Olympic family                 reputation as a world city capable of
                                          • Local traffic signal control pedestrian
                                                                                        transport movements.                        hosting events of this magnitude. It will
                                            installations to UTC SCOOT central
                                                                                                                                    also provide a legacy benefit, as the
                                            control on ORN
                                                                                        Key milestones                              entire infrastructure will be permanently
                                          • Existing UTC central control fixed                                                      installed and be capable of being policy
                                            time traffic signal junctions to            The Directorate of Traffic Operations       responsive to support the delivery of
                                            SCOOT on ORN                                (DTO) will work closely with other          Mayoral objectives.
                                                                                        areas of TfL and the Olympic Delivery
                                          • Existing UTC central control fixed                                                      The outcome of the project will
                                                                                        Authority to establish clear deliverables
                                            time pedestrian installations to                                                        enable TfL to:
                                                                                        and milestones.
           5                                SCOOT on ORN
                                                                                                                                    • Deliver agreed resilient journey times
                                          • Local and fixed time UTC junctions
                                                                                        Environmental impacts                         on the ORN required by the Olympic
           4                                and pedestrian installations to SCOOT
                                                                                        • Balanced network operation supports         family members
                                            and changes to methods of control at
                                            some junctions off the ORN needed             sustainable modes of transport, such      • Manage the surrounding network in
           3
Millions




                                            to tactically control the ORN                 as buses, cycling and walking               real time in order to mitigate any
                                          Prior to 2012, additional works will          • Reduction in vehicular stops, delay and     adverse impacts associated with the
           2                                                                                                                          provision of the ORN
                                          be required costing £7m. This will              congestion, improving air quality and
                                          include additional technology street            reducing noise                            • Plan and programme work such
           1                              infrastructure to manage contingency                                                        that some benefits for the travelling
                                          routes, and additional infrastructure to                                                    public in managing and controlling
                                                                                        E&I impacts
           0                              control junctions adjacent to the ORN.                                                      London’s traffic are delivered ahead
               2005 2006 2007 2008 2009                                                 • The appropriate balanced optimisation
                                                                                                                                      of the Games
                /06  /07  /08  /09  /10                                                   of the network, which supports the
                                          Estimated final cost                            movement of people on modes such          • Provide a positive, policy-responsive
                                          2007/08–2011/12                      £17m       as buses, often used by more                traffic control legacy following the
                                                                                          disadvantaged members of society            Games, for the benefit of London’s
               28            ST-PJ93                                                                                                  travelling public
                                                                                                                            Primary category:
Project: London Rail Concession stations upgrade                                                                            Enhancing Quality of Service

Project locations:                      Manager: Howard Smith                     Programme: LR line upgrades
North and east London                   Title: Chief Oper. Officer, London Rail   Projects: North London Railway upgrades

Outputs                                 Justification                             Outcomes
The London Rail Concession (LRC)        Those stations transferring to the        • Reduced operational cost on
stations upgrade will provide the       LRC that are not being upgraded as          stations, increase in passenger
required facilities on the entire       part of the ELL extension must be           usage and improved security, in
LRC network of stations that            upgraded to the standards required          line with TfL’s objectives
London Rail will be the station         by London Rail – similar to those
facility owner for (excluding the       required under the ELL extension in       Environmental impacts
East London Line (ELL) extension).      terms of facilities, assets and quality
                                        of presentation. This will provide        • Road decongestion benefits
In particular, this will include
                                        passengers with levels of comfort,        • The modal shift from car use will
the provision of lighting, CCTV,
                                        security and experience in line             have an impact on reducing air
Help points, signage, public
                                        with TfL’s objectives.                      emissions and noise
announcement systems and
passenger waiting and
toilet facilities.                      Key milestones                            E&I impacts
In addition, some stations may be       Completion of                             • Significant enhancement to the
subject to greater enhancements         feasibility study       October 2006        fabric and environment to improve
to the station design and fabric        Start of                                    the security at stations by design
                                                                                    and facilities all along the route in              10
to improve staff utilisation,           enhancement work November 2007
passenger experience and security.                                                  some of the most deprived
                                        Completion of initial                       boroughs in the UK                                  8
                                        station repairs              May 2008
Net financial effect          -£22.1m                                             • Improved employment in
                                                                                                                                        6




                                                                                                                            Millions
                                        Completion of                               regeneration area
Benefit cost ratio                      installation of station
                                        systems (NLR)          November 2009                                                            4
1.7:1
                                        Completion of enhancement
                                                                                                                                        2
                                        to existing fabric on
Estimated final cost           £26.9m
                                        stations (NLR)        November 2010
                                                                                                                                       0
                                        Completion of enhanced                                                                              2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                                        redesign for selected                                                                                /06  /07  /08  /09  /10
                                        stations (NLR)        November 2012

                                                                                                                                       LR-PJ33              29
                                                                                                                             Primary category:
Project: Three-car north route                                                                                               Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                        Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR line upgrades
London Borough of Tower Hamlets           Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Portfolio: DLR line upgrades

                                          Outputs                                    Justification                           Outcomes
                                          The project will increase the capacity     Continuing increase in demand           • Increase capacity of each
                                          on the north route to/from Stratford       arising from commercial and               Stratford–Crossharbour/
                                          by upgrading the stations and              residential growth in the Canary          Lewisham train by 50%
                                          viaducts for three-car operation.          Wharf area, plus an increase in the     • Crowding reduced
                                                                                     number of events held at ExCeL
                                          Key milestones                             mean more capacity is required on       • Reliability maintained by keeping
                                                                                     the Stratford to Crossharbour/            dwell times short
                                          Complete feasibility                       Lewisham route to reduce passenger
                                          and planning work            July 2006                                             • Allows accelerated regeneration
                                                                                     congestion and overcrowding. This
                                          Planning approval/                         project offers best value for money     • Accelerated works not dependent
                                          powers granted           October 2007      when compared to other options            on Crossrail
                                                                                     such as infrastructure/signalling
                                          Construction
                                                                                     works to increase train frequency.      Environmental impacts
                                          work complete              March 2010
                                                                                                                             • The resulting modal shift from
                                          Service operational         June 2010      Estimated final cost           £17.7m     private car use will have an indirect
                                                                                                                               impact on reducing air emissions
           8
                                                                                                                             • Increased energy use will be
           7                                                                                                                   offset by efficiencies, and
           6                                                                                                                   increased noise will be addressed
                                                                                                                               by mitigation measures
           5
Millions




           4
                                                                                                                             E&I impacts
           3
                                                                                                                             • Increasing social inclusion through
           2                                                                                                                   supporting regeneration that
           1                                                                                                                   provides more homes and jobs
           0
               2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                /06  /07  /08  /09  /10



               30             LR-PJ05
                                                                                                                              Primary category:
Project: Rail car refurbishment                                                                                               State of Good Repair

Project locations:                       Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR rolling stock
East London (DLR network)                Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Portfolio: DLR refurbishment

Outputs                                  Justification                              Outcomes
DLR rail car refurbishments – 94         All existing rail cars entered service     • Full audio and visual
DLR cars to be refurbished by Alstom     around 1991, so are now due for              announcements, colour contrasting
to a standard layout, including          mid-life overhaul (cars have an              fittings and extended contrasts for
measures to improve reliability and      estimated life of 30 years). However,        visually impaired passengers, and
enhancements to enable DLR rail          due to very high demand increases,           compliant wheelchair bay with
cars to meet Disability Discrimination   and late/problematic opening of the          call aid
Act (DDA) requirements.                  Jubilee line extension, usage has          • The upgrading of the vehicle interior
                                         been much heavier than anticipated
                                                                                      will increase vehicle capacity by an
Key milestones                           (train kilometres and passengers).
                                                                                      estimated 10 passengers per rail car
                                         Overhaul at this point will reduce
First refurbished                        future maintenance needs, extend           • Reduced delays (five minutes per
car delivered               July 2004    life span of the vehicles, reduce the        passenger) and improved passenger
Final refurbished                        risk of failures in service, enhance         comfort through the use of a new
car delivered            March 2007      facilities in line with the DDA and          ergonomic design
                                         improve passenger ambience.
                                                                                    Environmental impacts
                                         Net financial effect - £0.9m               • The resulting modal shift from                     8
                                                                                      private car use will have an indirect              7
                                         Benefit cost ratio                           impact on reducing air emissions
                                                                                                                                         6
                                         19.4:1
                                                                                                                                         5
                                                                                    E&I impacts




                                                                                                                              Millions
                                         Estimated final cost                       • Improved facilities with better                    4
                                         Total project cost       £22.5m              colour contrasts for handrails,                    3
                                         (£12.2m 2005/06–2009/10)                     holds, floors and doorways, and                    2
                                                                                      better wheelchair bays. These
                                                                                      improvements will greatly benefit                  1
                                                                                      disabled and older people                          0
                                                                                                                                             2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                                                                                    • Improved ergonomic design and                           /06  /07  /08  /09  /10
                                                                                      vehicle availability will enhance
                                                                                      comfort and journey quality for
                                                                                      all passengers                                     LR-PJ15              31
                                                                                                                                       Primary category:
Programme: LU stations                                                                                                                 State of Good Repair

Project locations:                          Manager: Peter Zuk                           Projects: Various
Entire network                              Title: Chief Programmes Officer              Portfolios: BCV, JNP, SSL and LU managed

                                            Outputs                                      Justification                                 Outcomes
                                            Station modernisations and                   The PPP station enhancement regime will       • Arrest asset condition decline and
                                            refurbishments – the main element of         tackle ambience, and update systems             deliver enhanced facilities, including:
                                            the stations programme – focuses on          such as CCTV, Help points and public            – Comprehensive CCTV
                                            restoring asset health and enhancing         address systems. Current station                – Help points
                                            quality through the PPP component.           infrastructure has pinch-points, where          – High-quality audio and
                                            • Cyclical modernisation or                  crowding has an adverse effect on journey          visual information
                                              refurbishment of 250 stations              times, and also does not allow for step-
                                                                                                                                       • 25% of network with step-free access
                                            • Station enhancements to deliver            free access from street to platform level.
                                                                                                                                         from street to platform by 2010
                                              improved customer facilities               Congestion relief and step-free
                                                                                         programmes address these constraints to:      • Reduced journey times and fewer
                                            • Renewal of lifts and escalators to                                                         station closures through renewed
                                              deliver improved reliability               • Improve customer journey times
                                                                                                                                         lifts and escalators
                                                                                         • Improve step-free accessibility
                                            In addition to this core programme, there                                                  • Increased station capacity from
                                            will be investment in the following areas:   • Provide common standards for
                                                                                           customer-facing facilities                    congestion relief works
                                            • Congestion relief – many stations                                                        • Providing additional station capacity
                                              experience severe congestion at            • Improve the condition of the assets
                                                                                                                                         also contributes to supporting
                                              certain times of the day. The capital                                                      economic development and
                                              programme includes major works to          Key milestones
                                                                                                                                         population growth in London
           600                                rebuild the worst affected stations        Completion of 60 station
                                            • Accessibility – at present only            enhancement projects                  2006
           500                                16% of stations provide step-free                                                        Environmental impacts
                                                                                         Provision of step-free access
                                              access. The plan is to achieve 25%         (street to platform) at 25% of                • Improved ambience and environment
           400                                by 2010 and develop a network of                                                         • Some increased energy consumption
                                                                                         stations served*                      2010
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                                              accessible stations                        Completion of six congestion                    from new equipment
           300
                                                                                         relief schemes*                       2010
                                            Cost breakdown for 2007/08
           200                                                                           Completion of 250 station                     E&I impacts
                                            The PPP contracts specify levels of          enhancement projects                  2012
                                            performance rather than particular                                                         • Step-free access from street to platform
           100                                                                           *Subject to planning consent                    (lifts) and platform to train (humps)
                                            inputs. The precise ordering of works
                                            is, therefore, at the discretion of the                                                      benefits the mobility-impaired
            0                                                                            Narrative on cost changes                       passengers, and/or those escorting them
                 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009   infracos, subject to meeting LU’s
                  /06  /07  /08  /09  /10   safety and performance standards.            Metronet (BCV/SSL) expenditure is based       • Visually impaired passengers may also
                                            LU managed stations                          on 2005/06 AAMP, due to 2006/07                 find lifts easier to use than escalators
                                            enhancements                        £116m    AAMP not yet agreed. It should be noted         or fixed stairs
                                                                                         that the cost figures included here are
                 32            LU-PR09                                                   indicative only of the level of investment.
                                                                                                                        Primary category:
Portfolio: LU interchanges – King’s Cross congestion relief (CTRL)                                                      Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                        Manager: Geoff Virrels                 Programme: Interchanges
King’s Cross St. Pancras station          Title: PPP Contract Director BCV/SSL   Projects: Various

Outputs                                   Justification                          Outcomes
• Integration with Network Rail           King’s Cross is one of the most        • The LU King’s Cross St. Pancras
  proposed western concourse              congested interchanges on the            station will be able to cater for
                                          LU network. A significant increase       an increase in passengers from
• Increased capacity at King’s Cross
                                          in passengers using King’s Cross is      55,000 currently using the station
  St. Pancras station (LU) in the form
                                          expected after the opening of the        during morning peak to a forecast
  of an expanded Tube ticket hall,
                                          Croydon Tramlink Extension (CTRL),       82,000 by 2011
  new western ticket hall, and
                                          and express commuter services run
  northern ticket hall integrated with                                           • Step-free access from street
                                          direct from Kent. Local development
  the Network Rail western                                                         to all platforms
                                          plans will also exacerbate
  concourse
                                          congestion.
• Links to the new Channel Tunnel                                                Environmental impacts
                                          Providing secondary means of
  terminal and integrated step-free                                              • Increased energy requirements
                                          escape is the final outstanding
  access to six LU services                                                        to be partly mitigated by higher
                                          recommendation of the Fennel
                                          Report into the King’s Cross fire.       building standards
Key milestones
Reinstate Euston Road                     Cost breakdown for 2007/08             E&I impacts
(achieved)                         2005                                          • A fully step-free station,                      120
                                          CTRL                       £109m
New subway under the                                                               with all Underground platforms
                                                                                                                                   100
Euston Road opening                                                                accessible from King’s Cross
                                          Narrative on cost changes                St. Pancras station
(achieved)                         2005                                                                                             80
                                          Increase due to deferral and




                                                                                                                        Millions
Handover of western and                   subsequent release of phase 2                                                             60
Tube ticket hall to LU                    by the DfT. It should be noted
(achieved)                         2006   that this increased spend is fully                                                        40
Handover of northern                      recoverable from the DfT.
                                                                                                                                    20
ticket hall to LU                  2009
                                                                                                                                     0
                                                                                                                                         2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                                                                                                                                          /06  /07  /08  /09  /10



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                                                                                                                            Primary category:
Project: Wembley Park                                                                        Completed                      Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                         Manager: Andy Mitchell                 Programme: LU stations
Wembley Park                               Title: PPP Contracts Director JNP      Portfolio: LU managed congestion relief

                                           Outputs                                Justification                             Outcomes
                                           The scheme includes:                   The primary case for the works            • Station capacity on major event
                                                                                  at Wembley Park is reduction of             days will be increased from about
                                           • An enlarged ticket hall concourse
                                                                                  congestion and journey time within          22,000 passengers per hour
                                           • Widening of the existing staircase   the station, and of queuing time            to 37,500 passengers per hour
                                             from Olympic Way to the ‘events’     outside the station after major             (a 70% increase)
                                             ticket hall, plus provision of a     stadium events. The project has a         • Easy access to the station for
                                             step-free access lift                financially positive business case and
                                                                                                                              the mobility-impaired passengers
                                           • A new overbridge to the rear         thus remains justified in economic
                                             of the commuter ticket hall,         terms, with passenger benefits
                                                                                  estimated at about £11m per annum.        Environmental impacts
                                             with relocated staircases,
                                             plus new step-free access lifts                                                • No significant impacts
                                             to all platforms                     Key milestones
                                                                                  Detailed design and enabling              E&I impacts
                                           • A relocated supervisory suite,
                                             giving enhanced station command      works (achieved)                  2004    • The station will be more accessible
                                             and control capability               Platforms structurally                      to mobility-impaired customers,
                                                                                  completed and emergency                     in line with TfL policies on
           60                              • An additional emergency                                                          equality and inclusion
                                             escape route from the existing       escape route finished (achieved) 2005
           50                                auxiliary overbridge                 Completion of first milestone,
           40
                                                                                  bringing capacity enhancement
                                           Benefit cost ratio                     works into operational use
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           30                              Financially positive over 30 years     (achieved)                     2005
                                                                                  Delivery into service/practical
           20
                                           Estimated final cost                   completion of the works
           10                                                                     (achieved)                        2006
                                           Not given for reasons of
                                           commercial confidentiality.
            0
                2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                 /06  /07  /08  /09  /10



                34            LU-PJ34
                                                                                                                          Primary category:
Project: North Greenwich congestion relief                                                                                Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                       Manager: Andy Mitchell                 Programme: LU stations
North Greenwich (Millennium Dome)        Title: PPP Contracts Director JNP      Portfolio: LU managed congestion relief

Outputs                                  Justification                          Outcomes
A significant increase in passenger      The case for the project to enhance    • Reduced future congestion through
vertical circulation capacity in key     vertical capacity at North Greenwich     increased station capacity
congested areas of the station.          is that increasing demand associated   • Reduced risk of unplanned
                                         with events at the arena and the
                                                                                  station closures
Key milestones                           regeneration of the Greenwich
                                         Peninsula will cause significant
Requirement statement                    station congestion. The                Environmental impacts
(achieved)                        2004   enhancement is                         • Increased energy needed to run
Financial approval (achieved)     2004   being funded externally on behalf        additional escalators
                                         of the developer.
Contracts placed (achieved)       2004
                                                                                E&I impacts
Project start date (achieved)     2004   Benefit cost ratio                     • Station is already step-free
Work on site (achieved)           2005   Financially positive
Completion date                   2007
                                         Estimated final cost
                                         Not given for reasons of                                                                    20
                                         commercial confidentiality.

                                                                                                                                     15




                                                                                                                          Millions
                                                                                                                                     10


                                                                                                                                      5


                                                                                                                                      0
                                                                                                                                          2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                                                                                                                                           /06  /07  /08  /09  /10



                                                                                                                                     LU-PJ30               35
                                                                                                                              Primary category:
Project: Green Park step-free access                                                                                          Enhancing Quality of Service

Project locations:                          Manager: Simon Nunn                     Programme: LU stations
Green Park station                          Title: Head of Project Development      Portfolio: LU managed accessibility

                                            Outputs                                 Justification                             Outcomes
                                            Step-free access by lift between        LU is committed to making the             • Contributes to LU’s vision
                                            street level ticket hall and all        Underground system more                     of a network accessible to all
                                            platforms at Green Park station.        accessible to all customers. An
                                            Will support the Games in 2012.         important part of this is a               Environmental impacts
                                                                                    programme to make a key network
                                                                                    of stations step-free between street      • To be determined at completion
                                            Key milestones                                                                      of feasibility
                                                                                    and platform levels.
                                            Completion of feasibility        2006
                                                                                    Green Park is identified as a priority    E&I impacts
                                            Completion of scheme design 2007        station for providing step-free
                                            Transport and Works Act                 access because it is at the heart of      • Step-free access from street
                                            application (if required)        2008   the West End and provides key               to platform benefits mobility-
                                                                                    interchange between the Jubilee,            impaired passengers and/or
                                            Completion of detailed design 2008                                                  those escorting them
                                                                                    Piccadilly and Victoria lines. As such,
                                            Start on site                    2009   completion in time for the Games          • Visually impaired passengers may
                                            Completion                       2012   is sought.                                  also find lifts easier to use than
                                                                                                                                escalators or fixed stairs
           100                              Milestones are subject to
                                                                                    Benefit cost ratio               0.2:1
                                            planning consents and feasibility.
           80
                                                                                    Estimated final cost
                                                                                    Not given for reasons of
           60
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                                                                                    commercial confidentiality.
           40

           20

            0
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                 36            LU-PJ219
                                                                                                                   Primary category:
Project: Step-free access – SSL                                                                                    Enhancing Quality of Service

Project locations:                   Manager: Simon Nunn                    Programme: LU stations
Network-wide                         Title: Head of Project Development     Portfolio: LU managed accessibility

Outputs                              Justification                          Outcomes
Provision of step-free access from   LU is committed to making the          • Contributes to LU’s vision
street to LU platforms. Specific     Underground system more                  of a network accessible to all
sites now identified as part of      accessible to all customers. An
core network and being taken         important part of this is a            Environmental impacts
forward as a package.                programme to make a key network
                                     of stations step-free between street   • No significant impact
Key milestones                       and platform levels.
                                                                            E&I impacts
                                     This project permits the
Southfields                 2009     development of step-free access        • Step-free access from street
                                     schemes beyond those that                to platform benefits mobility-
Euston Square               2009                                              impaired passengers and/or
                                     contribute to LU’s target of 25% of
Baker Street                2010     stations providing street-               those escorting them
Paddington                  2011     to-platform step-free access by        • Visually impaired passengers may
                                     2010 and 33% by 2013.                    also find lifts easier to use than
Liverpool Street            2011
                                     Improved accessibility should enable     escalators or fixed stairs
Milestones are subject to            19 million new journeys per annum
planning consents.                                                                                                            120
                                     and assist some 30 million existing
                                     journeys per annum.                                                                      100

                                     Benefit cost ratio            0.2:1                                                       80




                                                                                                                   Millions
                                                                                                                               60
                                     Estimated final cost
                                     Not given for reasons of                                                                  40
                                     commercial confidentiality.
                                                                                                                               20

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                                                                                                                               LU-PJ246              37
                                                                                                                              Primary category:
Project: Stratford International extension                                                                                    Accommodating London’s Growth

Project locations:                         Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR new services/line extensions
Stratford–Canning Town                     Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Portfolio: DLR new services/line extensions

                                           Outputs                                    Justification                           Outcomes
                                           This project is for the extension of       Journey time benefits, to the extent    • 10 trains per hour could
                                           the DLR from Canning Town, using           of becoming financially positive          be operated initially to and from
                                           the existing North London Line             (NFE) over 30 years. Serves an            Stratford International during
                                           alignment to Stratford Regional            area identified for considerable          peak periods
                                           station, with three new intermediate       development, currently with poor        • The project has the potential to
                                           stations and new construction              public transport connections, and
                                                                                                                                generate over 12,000 public per
                                           onwards to Stratford International         also provides a high-frequency
                                                                                                                                day transport trips by 2015
                                           station, which will provide access         shuttle to Stratford International
                                           to international and high-speed            station. Will stimulate development     • High quality development/
                                           domestic commuter services.                and regeneration (London Plan),           regeneration of the corridor,
                                                                                      and very effectively serve and            supporting policies in the
                                           Key milestones                             interconnect sites for the Games.         London Plan
                                           Submission of                                                                      • Will result in high public transport
                                           Transport and                              Estimated final cost                      modal split for the Stratford
                                           Works Act (TWA)                            Total project cost        £212m           rail lands development area
                                           application           September 2005       (£199.5m 2005/06–2009/10)                 (employees 87% rail/bus,
           70                                                                                                                   residents 62% rail/bus)
                                           TWA powers granted October 2006
           60                                                                         Net financial effect
                                           Works commence           January 2007                                              E&I impacts
           50                                                                         Financially positive –
                                           Works complete              June 2010      £62.1m (PV terms)                       • Creating a fully accessible railway
Millions




           40
                                           Service operational          July 2010                                               to the Lower Lea Valley
           30                                                                         Environmental impacts                   • Increasing social inclusion
                                                                                      • The resulting modal shift will          through the development of key
           20
                                                                                        have an indirect impact on reducing     regeneration sites, and increased
           10                                                                           air emissions                           access to employment and
                                                                                                                                opportunity areas at Stratford
            0                                                                         • Increased energy use and noise will     City and Docklands
                2005 2006 2007 2008 2009                                                be offset by mitigation measures
                 /06  /07  /08  /09  /10
                                                                                      • Improved built environment

                38            LR-PJ10
                                                                                                                               Primary category:
Project: Games additional rail cars                                                                                            Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                       Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR rolling stock
Network-wide                             Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Projects: DLR major procurements

Outputs                                  Justification                              Outcomes
Procurement and delivery of              22 additional rail cars are required       • Increased capacity
22 additional rail cars to provide       to provide service levels that will be     • Maintain reliability and journey times
for additional services required         necessary to accommodate Games
during the Games to meet spectator       related demand.                            • Games demand can be
demand.                                                                               accommodated
                                         Estimated final cost                       • Crowding reduced
Key milestones                           Total project cost               £42m      • Legacy benefit of additional
Approve business case       April 2006 ODA contribution                   £21m        rail cars for planned service
Order rail cars             June 2006 TfL contribution                                upgrades and expansions
                                                                          £21m
First rail car delivered      July 2008 Note: 50% of the funding
                                                                                    Environmental impacts
Final rail car delivered November 2009 required for the rail cars is
                                                                                    • The Games transport strategy is
                                        to be provided by TfL.
All cars in service      December 2009                                                designed to discourage private car
                                                                                      use. The scheme will contribute to
                                                                                      this and have an indirect impact on
                                                                                      reducing air emissions.                             20


                                                                                    E&I impacts                                           15
                                                                                    • Additional capacity ensures that




                                                                                                                               Millions
                                                                                      the system will remain fully
                                                                                      accessible to all passengers                        10


                                                                                                                                           5


                                                                                                                                           0
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                                                                                                                                          LR-PJ20              39
                                                                                                                                   Primary category:
Project: North London Railway infrastructure project                                                                               Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations: Richmond/                Manager: Peter Richards                     Programme: Line upgrades
Clapham to Stratford/Barking and
Euston to Watford Junction                  Title: Project Director                     Portfolio: North London Railway upgrades

                                            Outputs                                     Justification                              Outcomes
                                            Station and permanent way, power,           The North London Railway (NLR) is one      • Demand growth to 2021 adequately
                                            signalling and civil infrastructure         of the key service groups where the          catered for on NLR and East
                                            enhancements to facilitate the              Mayor is assumed to take responsibility      London Line
                                            operation of ‘Service Level                 for improvements/franchise                 • Games capacity requirement
                                            Commitment 2’ (SLC 2) services to be        specification. The services are severely     on NLR met
                                            introduced January 2011. Four trains        overcrowded and stations are in a poor
                                            per hour (tph) Richmond–Stratford,          condition. Some 16% of London’s            • Passenger satisfaction improved
                                            4tph Caledonian Road & Barnsbury–           population live within 15 minutes          • E&I, safety and environmental policy
                                            Stratford, 3tph Euston–Watford,             walk of a Silverlink Metro station.          objectives met
                                            2tph Clapham–Barking, 2tph Gospel           Additionally, it serves some 30% of        • The provision of ‘turn-up&go’ (4tph+)
                                            Oak–Barking, 2tph Clapham Junction–         London’s top 20% most deprived               train service frequencies between
                                            Willesden Junction, 4tph Caledonian         wards. Enhancement of track and              Clapham Junction and Barking
                                            Road & Barnsbury–New Cross plus East        signalling infrastructure on Network
                                                                                                                                   • NLR train service frequencies
                                            London Line Project (phase 1) 12tph         Rail network to enable London Rail
                                                                                                                                     standardised throughout the week for
                                            core service. Scope includes platform       Concession enhanced services to
                                                                                                                                     Monday–Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
                                            and other rail infrastructure works to      operate with new trains from January
                                            facilitate the introduction of new four-    2011. This equates to a doubling of the    • Reduction in passenger platform wait
           120                              car Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) trains     service volume across the network and        times and in-train congestion on NLR
                                            and extension of existing two-car Diesel    would enable the NLR to meet its             route network
           100                              Multiple Unit (DMU) trains to three cars.   requirements for the Games, together       • Reduced road congestion on adjacent
                                                                                        with providing legacy benefits for           highway network
           80                                                                           communities served by this route.
                                            Key milestones                                                                         • Reduced congestion on radial
Millions




           60                               Project completion         January 2011                                                  National Rail and LU routes
                                                                                        Environmental impacts
           40                                                                           • Introduction of new, longer trains and
                                            Net financial effect            -£495m                                                 E&I impacts
                                                                                          increased train service frequencies
           20                                                                                                                      • Increased journey opportunities
                                                                                          expected to encourage modal shift
                                            Benefit cost ratio                                                                       to and from wards with high index
                                                                                          from private car to public transport
            0                               1.7:1                                                                                    of deprivation
                 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                                                                                          along key transport corridors. This
                                                                                          would reduce road congestion and         • New rolling stock would ease use for
                  /06  /07  /08  /09  /10
                                                                                          associated traffic pollution and noise     mobility-impaired passengers
                                            Estimated final cost
                                                                                                                                   • New direct services would minimise
                                            Total project cost               £240m
                                                                                                                                     the need to change trains, providing
                 40            LR-PJ32      (£194.2m 2005/06–2009/10)
                                                                                                                                     more travel opportunities
                                                                                                                            Primary category:
Project: Three-car Poplar–Woolwich Arsenal                                                                                  Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                        Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR line upgrades
Poplar–Woolwich Arsenal                   Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Portfolio: DLR line upgrades

Outputs                                   Justification                              Outcomes
This activity covers the infrastructure   Levels of demand expected during           • The capacity of each train will
upgrade at Blackwall and East             the Games will require three-car             be increased by 50%
India stations, and signalling,           operations to and from Woolwich.           • Crowding reduced
communication and power                   With the exceptions of East India
modifications between Poplar and          and Blackwall, all other stations          • Reliability maintained by keeping
Woolwich stations to allow three-car      on the Woolwich–Bank/Tower                   dwell times short
operations to and from Woolwich           Gateway route will be able to              • Additional cross-river public
Arsenal during the Games.                 accommodate three-car operations             transport capacity
                                          as a result of planned and ongoing
                                          background schemes.                        • Legacy benefit of
Key milestones
                                                                                       infrastructure improvements
Submit Transport
and Works Act                             Estimated final cost
(TWA) application         August 2006     Total project cost                £9m      E&I impacts
                                          (ODA total contribution £9m)               • Increased capacity on the railway
TWA powers granted October 2007                                                        and network flexibility will allow
Start construction       January 2008                                                  more regeneration, supporting
                                          Environmental impacts
                                                                                       social inclusion
Construction                              • The Games transport strategy is                                                            7
work complete              March 2010       designed to promote sustainable          • Reducing crowding will benefit
                                                                                       mobility-impaired passengers                    6
Service operational                         transport and reduce the need for
                                            private cars                                                                               5




                                                                                                                            Millions
for Games test events       June 2010
                                          • The scheme will contribute to this                                                         4
                                            and have on indirect impact on                                                             3
                                            reducing air emissions                                                                     2
                                          • Increased energy use will be offset                                                        1
                                            by efficiencies, and increased
                                                                                                                                       0
                                            noise will be addressed by                                                                     2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
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                                                                                                                                       LR-PJ22             41
                                                                                                                              Primary category:
Project: Games station capacity improvements                                                                                  Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                          Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR stations
Prince Regent and other
network locations                           Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Portfolio: DLR station improvements

                                            Outputs                                    Justification                          Outcomes
                                            An increase in station capacity            A large number of people will          • The project will ensure that Games
                                            at Prince Regent (second exit              need to access ExCeL during the          demand and evacuation regulations
                                            to serve ExCeL) and other                  Games. It is necessary to enhance        are met at the station
                                            DLR network stations.                      the existing access arrangements at    • Crowding on platforms will
                                                                                       Prince Regent station, since it will
                                                                                                                                be reduced
                                            Key milestones                             not accommodate the expected
                                                                                       volumes of people. Lifts or ramps      • Service reliability will not be
                                            Submit Transport and                       for wheelchair users at DLR network      compromised by people delayed
                                            Works Act (TWA)                            stations will also be provided.          in exiting the platform
                                            application               August 2006
                                                                                                                              • Legacy benefit of improved access
                                            TWA powers granted October 2007            Estimated final cost                     at Prince Regent
                                            Start construction       January 2009      Total project cost        £6.27m
                                            Construction                               (ODA contribution £6.27m)              Environmental impacts
                                            work complete              March 2010                                             • The Games transport strategy is
                                            Service operational                                                                 designed to support sustainable
           4.0                              for Games test events       June 2010                                               transport and discourage private car
                                                                                                                                use. The scheme will contribute to
           3.5                                                                                                                  this and have an indirect impact on
           3.0                                                                                                                  reducing air emissions
           2.5
Millions




           2.0
                                                                                                                              E&I impacts
                                                                                                                              • The improved access
           1.5
                                                                                                                                arrangements will improve
           1.0                                                                                                                  facilities for mobility-impaired
           0.5                                                                                                                  DLR passengers
           0.0
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                 42            LR-PJ25
                                                                                                                             Primary category:
Project: West route signalling improvements                                                                                  Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                     Manager: Jonathan Fox                       Programme: DLR line upgrades
Westferry to Royal Mint Street         Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway    Projects: DLR line upgrades

Outputs                                Justification                               Outcomes
This activity covers the provision     To ensure the best possible                 • Reliability maintained by allowing
of a new signal loop between           reliability of train services is provided     breakdowns to be dealt with
Westferry and Royal Mint Street        during the Games and thereafter.              quickly and efficiently
junction to improve perturbation       Providing an additional signal loop         • Legacy benefit of
recovery time.                         between Westferry and Royal Mint              continued reliability
                                       Street will allow operations
Key milestones                         to quickly return to normal when            Environmental impacts
Award contract              May 2007   problems arise, which is essential
                                       when large numbers of people                • The Games transport strategy is
Commence                               are travelling.                               designed to promote sustainable
installation          December 2007                                                  transport and reduce the need for
                                                                                     private cars
Signal loop                            Estimated final cost
operational               March 2008                                               • The scheme will contribute to this
                                       Total project cost              £0.38m        and have on indirect impact on
                                       (ODA total contribution                       reducing air emissions
                                       £0.38m)
                                                                                   • Increased energy use will be offset            0.40
                                                                                     by efficiencies, and increased
                                                                                     noise will be addressed by                     0.35
                                                                                     mitigation measures                            0.30
                                                                                                                                    0.25




                                                                                                                             Millions
                                                                                   E&I impacts                                      0.20
                                                                                   • Providing a reliable public transport
                                                                                                                                        0.15
                                                                                     service will benefit disadvantaged
                                                                                     groups that are dependent on                       0.10
                                                                                     public transport for access to                 0.05
                                                                                     employment and other services
                                                                                                                                    0.00
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                                                                                                                                         LR-PJ23               43
                                                                                                                                 Primary category:
Project: West route resilience                                                                                                   Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                        Manager: Jonathan Fox                      Programme: DLR safety/security
Royal Mint Street                         Title: Director, Docklands Light Railway   Portfolio: DLR resilience

                                          Outputs                                    Justification                               Outcomes
                                          Provision of additional resilience at      To ensure that the best possible            • Reliability maintained by allowing
                                          Royal Mint Street to improve system        reliability of train services is provided     service recovery to be dealt with
                                          recovery time.                             during the Games and thereafter.              quickly and efficiently
                                                                                     The current track layout on the west        • Legacy benefit of
                                          Key milestones                             route (DLR’s busiest part of the
                                                                                                                                   continued reliability
                                                                                     network) is not particularly suited to
                                          Approve business case January 2006         quick recovery following a disruption.
                                          Submit planning                            Rearranging the track layout at Royal       Environmental impacts
                                          application             September 2006     Mint Street will provide additional         • Operating an efficient service will
                                                                                     robustness for allowing operations            discourage people from travelling by
                                          Award design and
                                                                                     to quickly return to normal when              car and encourage car users to try
                                          construction contract       March 2007
                                                                                     problems arise, which is essential            public transport for other journeys
                                          Additional resilience                      when large numbers of people are
                                          in operation              January 2010     using the railway.                          E&I impacts
                                                                                                                                 • Ensuring DLR reliability is
                                                                                     Estimated final cost                          maintained will benefit
           7                                                                         Total project cost              £9.93m        disadvantaged groups that are
           6                                                                         (ODA total contribution                       dependent on public transport
                                                                                     £9.93m)                                       for mobility
           5
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           4
           3
           2
           1
           0
               2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
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               44            LR-PJ27
                                                                                                                          Primary category:
Project: Cycling network for London 2012 Games                                                                            Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                    Manager: Peter McBride                      Programme: Sustainability
Various                               Title: Int. Head of Cyc., Walk. & Access.

Outputs                               Justification                               Outcomes
New cycle routes, signage, cycle      The principle of sustainability will        • Enhancement of London’s cycle
parking facilities at venues and      be at the heart of the Games and the          routes and parking facilities, to
stations, promotional/information     Games legacy. The promotion of                provide cycling opportunities for
material and investigation of a       cycling will be an integral part of this.     spectators and employees travelling
river crossing facility.              Cycling should be considered and              to and from venues by bike
                                      actively promoted throughout all            • Improvement of London’s cycling
Key milestones                        stages of the Games planning
                                                                                    facilities more generally, and
                                      process. This project aims to provide
Feasibility, design                                                                 consequent increases in cycling
                                      adequate cycling facilities to and
(including cost estimates)                                                          levels in the longer term
                                      from venues and create a sustainable
and implementation                    legacy of the Games. Planned
of the Games cycling                  measures include the implementation         Environmental impacts
(and walking)                         of new cycle routes, cycle parking          • Encouraging a sustainable Games
programme             December 2007   facilities at stations and venues and         by promoting sustainable travel
Confirmation of the                   promotional activities. Funding for
                                                                                  • Encouraging journeys by bike in the
cycling (and walking)                 this will be provided by the ODA, as
                                                                                    longer term, reducing dependence
programme with the                    outlined in the 2012 bid. However,                                                              6
                                                                                    on car travel and bringing about an
Olympic Delivery                      financial aspects are subject to
                                                                                    indirect improvement in air and
Authority (ODA)       December 2007   further discussions.                                                                            5
                                                                                    noise quality
                                      The promotion of cycling as part of                                                             4
Benefit cost ratio                    the Games planning process will lead        E&I impacts




                                                                                                                          Millions
TBC                                   to an increase in cycling levels and                                                            3
                                      promote sustainability, which is            • Providing for cycling as part of
                                      in line with the Mayor’s strategies.          the Games planning process will                   2
Estimated final cost                                                                broaden spectator and workforce
Implementation of the cycling                                                       travel options, promoting a healthy               1
measures outlined in the                                                            and environmentally friendly mode
Olympic Transport Plan                                                              of transport. Residents from the                 0
(published summer 2006)       £7.5m                                                 local area will be encouraged to                      2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
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                                                                                    attend the Games and sustainable
                                                                                    communities will be created
                                                                                                                                     ST-PJ163             45
                                                                                                                                Primary category:
Project: Walking routes for London 2012 Games                                                                                   Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                          Manager: Peter McBride                      Programme: Sustainability
Various                                     Title: Int. Head of Cyc., Walk. & Access.

                                            Outputs                                     Justification                           Outcomes
                                            New walking routes, signage and             The principle of sustainability will    • Enhancement of walking routes in
                                            promotional and information material.       be at the heart of the Games and the      the vicinity of Olympic Park and
                                                                                        Games legacy. The promotion of            other Games venues
                                            Key milestones                              walking will be an integral part of     • Create a first-class walking
                                                                                        this. Adequate walking facilities
                                            This is an ongoing portfolio.                                                         environment for spectators for 2012
                                                                                        should be considered and actively
                                            The main milestones for                     promoted throughout all stages of       • Create suitable walking conditions
                                            2007/08 include (so far):                   the Games planning process. This          at venues and ensure that venues
                                            Feasibility, design                         project aims at providing first-class     are accessible
                                            (including cost estimates)                  walking facilities to and around        • Implementation of best practice in
                                            and commence                                Games venues, and creating a              venue design for 2012
                                            implementation of the                       sustainable legacy of the Games.
                                            Games walking                               Planned walking measures include
                                            (and cycling)                               the implementation of new walking       Environmental impacts
                                            programme             December 2007         routes, signage and promotional         • Encouraging a sustainable Games
                                                                                        activities. Funding for this will be      by promoting sustainable modes
                                            Agreement of the
           2.0                                                                          provided by the ODA, as outlined          of travel
                                            walking (and cycling)
                                                                                        in the 2012 bid. However,
                                            programme with the
                                                                                        financial aspects are subject to        E&I impacts
                                            Olympic Delivery
           1.5                                                                          further discussions.
                                            Authority (ODA)       December 2007                                                 • A first-class walking environment
                                                                                        The promotion of walking as part of       for spectators and workforce
Millions




           1.0                              Estimated final cost                        the planning process will lead to an      at the Games will facilitate
                                                                                        increase in walking and promote           journeys to and around Games
                                            Implementation of the walking               sustainability, which is in line with     venues and provide access to all
           0.5                              measures outlined in the                    the Mayor’s strategies.                   Londoners, which is in line with
                                            Games Transport Plan                                                                  the Mayor’s strategies
                                            (published summer 2006)       £2.5m
           0.0
                 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                  /06  /07  /08  /09  /10   Benefit cost ratio
                                            TBC

                 46           ST-PJ164
                                                                                                                        Primary category:
Project: Traffic control centre for London 2012 Games                                                                   Accommodating London’s Growth

Project locations:                       Manager: Alan Bristow                  Programme: Traffic operations
Various                                  Title: Head of Real Time Operations    Portfolio: LTCC development

Outputs                                  Justification                          Outcomes
Efficient and effective network          Upgrade of the London Traffic          • Enhanced real-time traffic
monitoring of key sites through an       Control Centre (LTCC) information        management and control at key
integrated technology system.            systems to provide visibility of all     Games sites
                                         transport modes operational status.
Upgrade of the network command                                                  • Further outcomes will be
and control information systems.         Upgrade network monitoring and           determined by funding availability
                                         dynamic control of key ads/junctions
Surface Transport is in the process      (part of).                             Environmental impacts
of working up Games-related
                                         To provide tracking of key Games       • Reducing stops, delay
projects into clear outputs in
                                         family vehicles.                         and congestion
conjunction with the Olympic
Delivery Authority (ODA).                                                       • Improving air quality
                                         Benefit cost ratio                       and reducing noise pollution
Key milestones                           Subject to delivering the detailed
Surface Transport is in the process of   business case.                         E&I impacts
working up Olympic-related projects                                             • Dissemination of network status
into clear milestones in conjunction     Estimated final cost                     information to all socio-economic
with the ODA.                                                                                                                       5
                                         2007/08–2009/10                £9.4m     groups, contributing to better
Deliver business case – dates                                                     planning of journeys and supporting               4
to be confirmed.                         Net financial effect                     the balanced optimisation of
                                                                                  the network
Specification – dates to be confirmed.   Subject to delivering the detailed                                                         3




                                                                                                                        Millions
                                         business case.                         • Providing travel information to
                                                                                  traffic modes used by more                        2
                                                                                  disadvantaged social groups
                                                                                                                                    1

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                                                                                                                                   ST-PJ162             47
                                                                                                                             Primary category:
Project: West Ham station works for London 2012 Games                                                                        Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                         Manager: Simon Nunn                      Programme: LU stations
West Ham station                           Title: Head of Project Development       Portfolio: LU managed accessibility

                                           Outputs                                  Justification                            Outcomes
                                           A new western ticket hall                The land to the west of West Ham         • Reduced journey time between the
                                           linked to the existing Jubilee           station has been identified for            Olympic Park redevelopment site
                                           line upper concourse.                    redevelopment as part of the Lower         and West Ham station
                                                                                    Lea Valley regeneration programme.
                                           Potential additional routes off                                                   • Reduced congestion through
                                                                                    This project delivers improved
                                           District line platforms and additional                                              increased station capacity
                                                                                    access from this site to the station,
                                           gate-line capacity.
                                                                                    avoiding the need for lengthy walks
                                           To be complete for 2012.                 to the existing entrance.                Environmental impacts
                                                                                    The new western ticket hall will also    • No significant impacts
                                           Key milestones                           provide a link to a proposed access
                                           Completion of feasibility        2007    road and ramp leading to a primary       E&I impacts
                                                                                    pedestrian route to the Olympic Park.    • Station already provides step-free
                                           Scheme design complete           2007
                                                                                    The potential for other capacity           access from street to all platforms
                                           Detailed design complete         2008    enhancement measures within the
                                                                                    station is also to be explored.          • New ticket hall provides a safer,
                                           Implementation: work on site     2009                                               direct route to the regeneration
           15                              Complete                         2010                                               area west of the station
                                                                                    Benefit cost ratio
                                           Milestones subject to                    Project is in the early scoping phase.
           12                              planning consents.
            9                                                                       Estimated final cost
Millions




                                                                                    Not given for reasons of
            6                                                                       commercial confidentiality.

            3

           0
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                48           LU-PJ218
                                                                                                                   Primary category:
Project: Operational resilience improvements                                          Completed                    Meeting Demand Growth

Project locations:                 Manager: Phil McKenna                    Programme: Track
Central line                       Title: Head of Service Develop. (Time)   Portfolio: LU managed track

Outputs                            Justification                            Outcomes
Completion of feasibility study.   Additional reversing capacity was        Resilience improvements will now be
                                   required to support the higher off-      delivered via operational solutions.
                                   peak service frequencies envisaged
                                   for the Central line in the Olympic
                                   Transport Plan. Feasibility works for
                                   this site have concluded that a
                                   better value-for-money solution can
                                   be delivered for the Games through
                                   operational solutions rather than
                                   capital investment. This specific
                                   scheme will not be progressed any
                                   further, as it would not demonstrate
                                   a value-for-money solution.

                                   Estimated final cost           £0.5m

                                   Benefit cost ratio                                                                         0.5
                                   N/A
                                                                                                                              0.4
                                   Net financial cost
                                                                                                                              0.3




                                                                                                                   Millions
                                   N/A
                                                                                                                              0.2

                                                                                                                              0.1

                                                                                                                              0.0
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