Monthly Archives: August 2013

CRL public relations – dirty tricks and STiki WikiTs?

Every large project project needs PR handlers. They make sure that correct information is released through the most appropriate media, giving the right message in a way it will best be understood by the public. Often they will give a … Continue reading

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What Watford Met Users are Saying

These are quotes from people who completed our user survey: The station is good in a pleasant area. Immediate residents will be cut off. I cannot see the point of completely ending the service; surely some shuttle could be introduced, … Continue reading

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International Tube Challenger joins Campaign to Save Watford Met

For the last two years, since Watford Metropolitan Line station was proposed to be shut as part of plans for the Croxley Rail Link, Lester Wagman has been the driving force behind the campaign to retain it. On 24 July … Continue reading

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Fresh Air on the Metropolitan Line (a moving tale)

Even the TWA inspector admitted there would be a lot of fresh air moving around at the Watford end of the Metropolitan Line if the Croxley Rail Link is built as currently planned. Ordinarily it doesn’t matter too much if … Continue reading

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SOS (Save our Service) Last Chance to do the Watford Met Shuttle?

Please take a few moments to share your thoughts about saving Watford Met with us and Mayor Boris Johnson by completing the short poll below. There’s so much pressure behind the Croxley Rail Link that the best we can hope … Continue reading

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Holey TWA inspector’s report! Have we been robbed of our station?

On 24th July the Department for Transport inspector’s report (dated 30th January 2013) was issued under a covering letter signed by Martin Woods, Head of the TWA Orders Unit, confirming the Secretary of State’s authorisation of an Order under the Transport … Continue reading

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