Exhibition: Public Transport

7 May - 7 July 1996

  • Exhibition Interior

The third and final exhibition to accompany the London in the 21st Century debates, showcased a number of schemes aimed at improving London’s transport infrastructure.

The major project on show was the soon to be completed Jubilee Line Extension and the new stations to service it, including MJP’s design for Southwark, Fosters for Canary Wharf, Weston Williamson for London Bridge, Troughton McAslan’s Canning Town Interchange and Chris Wilkinson’s Stratford Market Depot and Stratford Regional Station.

Sustrans displayed the 70km Thames Cycle Route, the London Walking Forum showed 2000km of walking routes including the Capital Ring and the London Loop, and CrossRail exhibited what were very early plans for their forever-in-waiting scheme.

Supported by

British Airways
British Cement Association 
Broadgate Properties
The Crown Estate
English Heritage
Foundation for Sport & the Arts
Gardiner & Theobald
The Goldsmiths’ Company
Linklaters & Paines
Marks & Spencer
Montagu Evans
N M Rothschild & Sons
The Westminster Foundation
The Evening Standard