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Enfield Fighting For A Better Train Service

With Waltham Forest getting a new Lea Bridge station, Enfield Council are trying hard to get an improved service at Angel Road station, which is going to be rebuilt and renamed Meridian Water. Wikpedia says this about the development.

The London Borough of Enfield announced in January 2014 that the station being an integral part of the proposed Meridian Water development would be turned into a ‘thriving’ new hub and renamed as Meridian Water. The £3.5 million project due to be completed within the next five years is being supported with funds from the Greater London Authority and Enfield Council.

This article in the Enfield Independent is entitled Council Loses Angel Road Court Case.

The Council were trying to get four trains per hour all day at Angel Road station.

The two stations of Angel Road and Lea Bridge illustrate the problems of timing the building or updating of stations and the train services to serve them.

December 29, 2015 - Posted by | Transport | ,

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