Move Woolwich Arsenal from zone 4 to zone 3/4 boundary

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Deborah Simms
2 years ago
With the crossrail, it's going to feel like zone 2 or 3 anyway. Why not make it official?

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Sanjay Shah
2 years ago
This is an obviously sensible move - it will cause greater investment in the area and pay for itself. Lowering transport costs invariably generates more economic activity. Let’s get on with this and do the right thing

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darren ford
3 years ago
i live in woolwich and we are the only dlr station in zone 4

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Maria Lennon
3 years ago
Residents of Woolwich and Plumstead should not be penalised because they cannot afford to live closer to central London.

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Chloe Fiducia
3 years ago
I just moved back to Woolwich and genuinely shocked how much it is costing me to travel from here into central london. I really dont understand why it is classed as zone 4, i actually thought it was zone 3. The jump in cost to travel is very disappointing and unsustainable for most.

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Leslie Nichols
3 years ago
He dose nothing for me or local people who have worked hard and put into the kitty he’s working hard to bring people into this country who have nothing to offer except get everything housing,schools,NHS . We’re building more houses,schools and hospitals not for our families but for people to come to our country who don’t want to integrate but to bring their way of living for us to put up with.

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Jinny Sandhú
3 years ago
It's ridiculous that Woolwich which is 30 minutes from central London is zone 4. It's also the main station for commuters who come to Woolwich on the bus.

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Cristian Ciobanu
3 years ago
bus 472 from North Greenwich to Woolwich is always extra full in peak hours.. Sometimes, have to wait for 1-3 buses to pass before being able to board. This would incentivize more commuters to take the DLR/rail and would make for a more comfortable bus journey as well

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Francesco Marco Nicolosi
3 years ago
Woolwich is at only 25 minutes by train or DLR and with the crossrail it will be at 15 minute to bank station. It makes sense to be classified as zone 3 as well connected towards the centre.

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Debora Mo
3 years ago
would make a huge difference to all of us on lower incomes, open up possibilities