» Wednesday, July 18, 2007


Asked who was on the lead on Metronet, the PMS said Transport for London.

Asked whether the PMS had anything further to say, as this was an initiative of the Prime Minister when he was Chancellor, the PMS said he had nothing further to say, other than what he said yesterday.

As the mayor had said this morning in his message to all tube users, they should be assured that whatever happened with Metronet, it would not undermine services, all trains will continue to run and all stations will remain open.

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