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Canary Wharf Group has defended its resistance to Transport for London's current proposals for the new east to west Cycle Superhighway 2.

Next week's 48-hour Tube strike called off

By Rachel Bishop on October 9, 2014 2:41 PM |

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Tube strikes, which the RMT said would shut the Jubilee line, have been cancelled.

The strikes were planned for October 14-16 as part of a long battle over staff cuts that Transport for London said would save £50million a year.

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Everyone should stay at the Celtic Manor resort once. You might find yourselves in a bed once occupied by Obama, Merkel or one of the less fragrant Nato leaders following the recent conference.

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Busy Wharfers will now be able to make more convenient journeys as
Transport for London (TfL) introduced contactless payments this morning on Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and National Rail services that accept Oyster.

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Commuters in London are also the most likely in the country to have to stand. One in five passengers couldn't find a seat in 2013 although this figure will be slightly inflated due to the inclusion of the London Overground network.

Find out the train operators running the most crowded carriages below.

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