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Docklands Light Railway upgrade, London

The first of a fleet of three-carriage trains went into public service last week on the busiest section of the Docklands Light Railway network – between Bank and Lewisham. The new trains will provide 50 per cent more passenger capacity than the existing two-carriage trains and will be rolled out over the network “as demand requires”. Fifty-five new carriages are being added to the DLR fleet with a mixture of new three-carriage trains and trains formed of new and existing...

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