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Mayor agrees to extend consultation period for West London Tram project


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Transport for London

Mayor agrees to extend consultation period for West London Tram project
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date
27 May 2003
source Transport for London
type Press release



The Mayor announced at his regular question time with Assembly Members (Wednesday 21 May) that he was extending the timetable for the West London Tram Project to allow more time for consultation on the scheme, including traffic modelling. The TfL Board and the Mayor will now consider whether or not to proceed with the tram scheme in early 2004.

Tim Jones, Project Director said, "We are pleased that the Mayor has agreed to our proposal of an extension to the consultation period. Consultation is vital in the development of the project. The additional time will help us to address in more detail, people's concerns and questions."



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