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Images of Stratford station revamp revealed

The Olympic Delivery Authority has released new images of what Stratford Regional Station will look like following its £100 million revamp.

ODA transport director Hugh Sumner said: “This £100 million construction project to treble capacity will make sure that we can get everyone to the Olympic Park quickly and safely, as well as serve the growing community in years to come.”

The new entrance at mezzanine level, which is the biggest visible change to the front of the station, will help reduce congestion during the Games.

It will allow people leaving the Olympic Park to bypass the subways and use a new bridge, being built by Westfield, to directly access the new Central line and DLR platforms for services towards London.