London Tube Station Renaming Proposed

A member of the London Assembly has resurrected a campaign to rename one of the two London Underground stations named Edgware Road to avoid confusion. Murad Quereshi has written to Mayor Boris Johnson arguing the identical names caused unnecessary confusion during the 7th July 2005 terrorist attacks. The bombings saw

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52 people die including six when a bomb detonated on a train just outside the Edgware Road station on the circle line. Some emergency services mobilised at the other station on the Bakerloo line . Mr Quereshi told the London24 website “I have always said that renaming one of the stations would make it less confusing and offer the opportunity to emphasise local features in the neighbourhood like Church Street Market. When I heard the concerns expressed at the July 7 review, it made me realize there are perfectly sound health and safety reasons for the name change as well.”  

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