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Regular news: Issue 480 25 Oct 2007

2012 Olympics to be '100% public transport' Games, say promoters

Ambitious plans to make the 2012 London Olympics virtually "car free" for spectators at all the venues were published this week by the Olympic Delivery Authority.

Underpinning London 2012's transport strategy is an ambition to host a 'public transport' Games, the plan says. "The aim is for 100% of ticketed spectators to travel to the Games by public transport, or by walking or cycling," it explains. "There will be no private car parking for spectators at any venue...

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