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Mourners heading to London for the Queen’s funeral are told to brace for days of travel chaos


Mourners heading to London for the Queen’s funeral are told to brace for days of travel chaos as capital prepares for its ‘biggest challenge in history’

  • Andy Byford said ‘millions’ expected to descend on the city ahead of the funeral
  • Management would be dealt with ‘minute by minute’ from a command centre
  • Between today and Monday rail operators will put on about 1,000 extra trains
  • Chaos also set for near tube stations close to Westminster and royal landmarks

Mourners should brace themselves for days of travel chaos as London faces its ‘biggest challenge in history’, the capital’s transport chief warned yesterday.

Andy Byford said that the management of the ‘millions’ expected to descend on the city ahead of…



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