Boris says ‘No’ to Neasden

Boris Johnson has ruled out allowing Metropolitan line trains to stop at Neasden Station when the Jubilee line is not running.

London’s Mayor says it would be too expensive to bring the platforms and subway at the station up to standard –¬†uneven platform surfaces would have to be repaired, vegetation around the station would have to be removed, additional lighting, signs and CCTV would need to be installed.

Transport for London (TfL) has allowed Met line trains to stop at Willesden Green Station on the weekends when the Jubilee line is down, and where the cost of allowing trains to stop is not so high.

See the Harrow Observer coverage.

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