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TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS FOR SPORTING EVENTS IN LONDON

Posted on 5 June 2007  - 12:00

The London Assembly’s Transport Committee is reviewing existing travel arrangement for visitors to London’s stadia and sporting venues and as a part of this would like to hear your views on travel to and from the Lane.

The London Assembly’s Transport Committee is reviewing existing travel arrangement for visitors to London’s stadia and sporting venues and as a part of this would like to hear your views on travel to and from the Lane.As you will have seen from regular updates on the website, the Club is in constant dialogue with the local bus and train companies to keep fans informed of any timetable changes or engineering works that may affect a visit to the Lane.

We also meet regularly with the local transport providers with the aim of improving timetables and matchday services but there is scope for substantial improvement.

The Committee is seeking written views and information on matchday travel experiences from a number of organisations including Transport for London, Borough Councils, rail operating companies, the Club, local residents, the Metropolitan Police Service and the British Transport Police and from fans.

The Club is submitting a letter to Mr. Murad Qureshi, Chair of the Transport Committee, in the interests of seeking improvements to matchday travel for our supporters and we would encourage fans to also send written submissions to the committee detailing your comments and suggestions with regard to match day travel to and from White Hart Lane.

Please send your comments to: Sarah Hurcombe, Secretariat Directorate, Post Point 10, City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London, SE1 2AA, or by email to sportstravel@london.gov.uk

Note: The London Assembly plans to publish the responses it receives on its website (http://www.london.gov.uk), unless they are marked as confidential, or there is a legal reason for non-publication. However, it may be required to send out a copy of your written response if a member of the public or the media request it under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, even if it has been marked as confidential.