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Review of the Year: What of the Bakerloo Extension?

The long-awaited Bakerloo Line extension was thrown in the long-grass in August as a Transport for London (TfL) board member said it was unlikely to happen in her lifetime.

The extension, which if built would run from its current terminus at Elephant & Castle south-east to Lewisham via the Old Kent Road area, has been in the works for about twenty years. But Covid-19 has taken a heavy toll on TfL’s finances and the extension has been put on hold as part of the agency’s funding agreement with the government.

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TFL also admitted that it could not finance improvements to current station at Elephant & Castle, prompting the Lib Dems to call for a tram along the Old Kent Road. However Council leader Kieron Williams said they would push ahead with station revamp and would only commit to not ‘ruling out’ a tram.

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