Bakerloo line improvements ‘benefit 7,000’

TfL says it’s service improvements to the Bakerloo Line have benefited 7,000 commuters since May.

The extension of service meant all trains that used to terminate at Willesden Junction now continue onto Stonebridge Park, and the first train on weekdays, which used to start at Queen’s Park station, now begins at Stonebridge Park, serving an additional four stations.

Bakerloo line manager Lance Ramsay said: ‘We estimate that this is helping over 7,000 customers every weekday.”

Last year eleven Silverlink stations transferred to London Underground (LU) including Stonebridge Park station which enabled LU to construct additional staff accommodation at that station.

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