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Stratford station is given 104m
The proposed upgrade of Stratford railway station in east London will be fully funded by the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), it has been announced.

The body is investing the 104m required to pay for improved capacity and better accessibility.

Improvements include 14 new lifts, two new station entrances and an additional westbound Central Line platform.

Stratford is served by two underground lines, overground rail services and the Docklands Light Railway.




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