Now that the Olympics are a distant memory the legacy still goes on. Daniel Ruiz of the TSB wrote a series of 5 articles covering before, during and after the event as follows:
Is Transport in the UK going to be better after this year’s Games?
This was the first the first in the series of articles which will addressed the above question.
The Games Legacy Series: number 2
Following on from the first article this looked at how collaboration and co-ordination was expected to help the Games organisers and the transport systems operators.
Games Legacy Series: Number 3
This investigated the legacy of London 2012 on the transport system in the UK. It looked at the concept of freedom and ease of travel and transport, or travel and transport 'mobility'.
Games over (Olympic legacy article 4)
This covered the more quiet success for transport and a palpable sense of achievement. Amongst those who made it work, however, there was a sense of anti-climax.
London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games Transport Lessons and Legacy
This was the final in Daniel’s series of articles on the transport legacy left by the Olympic and Paralympics games and covered subjects:
Is it too early to be learning lessons?
Meticulous planning and unprecedented cooperation
How London 2012 Will Change Transport Forever
More successes – some of which will stick