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- PPP performance 'not good enough'. // Rail Business Intelligence;8/11/2005, Issue 251, p7
Presents the highlights of the foreword to the second annual report on the Public Private Partnership written by London Underground (LU) Managing Director Tim O'Toole, published in Great Britain on July 27, 2005. Improvement in the reliability of infrastructure assets; Quality of information...
- LU seeks more financial data. // Rail Business Intelligence;8/11/2005, Issue 251, p7
Presents the highlights of the second annual report on the Public Private Partnership (PPP) covering the year to March 31, 2005, published by London Underground (LU) in Great Britain on July 27, 2005. Complaints of LU against Metronet and Tube Lines; Amount paid by LU to Infracos; Cumulative...
- Underground title gears up for launch after trial success. // Marketing Week;5/16/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 20, p13
Reports the launching of the direct mail magazine tube from the London Underground in Great Britain. Need for sponsorship partners and advertising; Features of the magazine; Issues being discussed.
- Olympia cut. // Rail Business Intelligence;10/6/2011, Issue 399, p4
The article informs that London Underground Ltd. will withdraw its weekday railroads services to Kensington (Olympia) after the introduction of new District Line timetable in December 2011 in London, England.
- In brief. // Public Finance;6/14/2002, p8
Presents news briefs on several issues in Great Britain as of June 2002. Initiation of legal proceedings on the public-private partnership for London Underground; Failure of ambulance trusts to reach a percentage of life-threatening calls in eight minutes; Proposal on the restriction of legal...
- I'm Only a Punter But... // Campaign;11/27/98, Issue 48, p40
Provides information on the London Underground. Observation on transportation in London, England; Way of stopping commuters from using public transport.
- London fridge. Howard, Lucy; Koehl, Carla // Newsweek;4/3/1995, Vol. 125 Issue 14, p8
Reports that the cash-strapped London Underground (LU) may start naming tube stops after corporate sponsors. What it would cost; Number of stations estimated to have commercial appeal; Why the LU is restricting sponsorship to companies such as Harrods.
- Beck's trials ads on moving image Tube station sites. // Marketing (00253650);3/14/2002, p4
Reports the plan of Beck to use the cross-track projection medium during the trial advertising campaign of the London Underground in England.
- Signal failure adds to Jubilee delays. // Professional Engineering;02/11/98, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p5
Announces that London Underground was expected to report a further delay to the troubled Jubilee Line extension, during the week of February 11, 1998. Length of the delay; Reason for the delay; Details on the delay.