Responsibility for planned tube line extension handed over

Responsibility for the planned extension to the East London tube line was last week handed over to London mayor Ken Livingstone's transport authority, Transport for London (TfL). Livingstone pledged to deliver the £900 million extension to Dalston, Croydon and Crystal Palace by the end of the decade. The scheme is part of TfL's five-year £10 billion transport investment programme.

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