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    Well connected

    The new stadium will be a Public Transport Destination, with service improvements, new shuttle bus links, better pedestrian connections, real-time travel, information points, clear signage and regular transport updates via various media channels.

    Public transport infrastructure is already in place, with four railway stations and up to 144 buses an hour serving the stadium area.

    With 61,000 visitors each matchday, infrastructure improvements and a number of new facilities and services will combine to provide a matrix of fantastic transport options to our new stadium:

    • Significant investment over recent years, particularly to the Victoria Line, improving the quality and frequency of public transport serving the area, and there is much more investment to follow. New, faster & higher capacity trains and development of a ‘World Class’ timetable making the Victoria Line the highest frequency train service in the UK with trains running every 100 seconds
    • The Club will operate two new shuttle services from Alexandra Palace station via Wood Green to enhance our transport options
    • Included for premium ticket holders, we will introduce a high frequency link between the Tottenham Hale interchange and our new stadium for premium ticket holders
    • The introduction of  a third track for the section through Tottenham Hale and Northumberland Park will provide significant frequency improvements for services to Stratford, Kings Cross and Liverpool Street to the new stadium
    • The reconstruction of Northumberland Park station with a speedier queue management system
    • Improvements to White Hart Lane station, which is served by London Overground, will deliver high quality trains and will be linked to the stadium by a brand new supporter walk-way
    • Improvements to the Tottenham Hale Gyratory has provided a simple two-way traffic connection between the station and the stadium
    • New Cycle Superhighway (CS1) that connects the city via Liverpool Street to the stadium for those that are a little more energetic. This will create a new travel option for supporters living south of the stadium. A large cycle park has been built in the northern development next to Lilywhite House


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