The huge success of the TfL Travel Ambassador scheme in presenting a smiling face of London Transport to the world.
The film tells the story of the lessons learned by Transport for London during the 2012 Games, and outlines what it plans to carry forward into the future.
Seven years on: Did London 2012 deliver the legacy that was promised?
Results poll of the month August 2019;
Four sports have been provisionally confirmed for inclusion at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Which sport are you looking forward to?
- Sport Climbing (42%, 14 Votes)
- Surfing (27%, 9 Votes)
- Skateboarding (18%, 6 Votes)
- Breaking (12%, 4 Votes)
Total Voters: 19
Waste Water Pumping Station
Bobby Moore Academy (2)
More photos after the break
Architect: Sheppard Robson
Engineering: Buro Happold
Landscape Architect: Fabrik
Pudding Mill Lane is a Docklands Light Railway (DLR) station located south of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Because of the low capacity, the station was closed during the Olympic Games in 2012. In 2014, due to the construction of Crossrail, a new station building was opened south of the old station.
Client: Network Rail and London Legacy Development Corporation
Design: Weston Williamson + Partners
Opened: April 2014
Owner: Transport for London
Number of platforms: 2
Old vs. new
Map – Sites
- Stratford Waterfront
- UAL’s London College of Fashion
- Sadler’s Wells
- The V&A including a partnership with the Smithsonian Institution
- UCL East (university campus)
- Here East
- V&A Collection & Research Centre
Video by Guardian Sport on YouTube
Lee Valley White Water Centre
- Architect (main building); FaulknerBrowns Architects
- Year completed; 2010
- Length; 300m
- Capacity; 12,000 (2012)
- Olympic Sports; Canoe Slalom
- Paralympic Sports; –
- Legacy; White-water slalom centre