Transport for London has extended Serco Docklands' contract for more 18 months to operate the Docklands Light Railway.
What does DLR stand for?
DLR stands for Docklands Light Railway (London, UK)
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- Disneyland Resort
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- Division Level Review
- Division of Labor Relations (Massachusetts)
- Division of Licensed Resources
- Division of Licensing and Regulations
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As we make up nine per cent of the UK, I was also overjoyed to pay my share of the Docklands Light Railway in London, the London Underground extension, the Channel Tunnel Rail Link and now the pounds 33billion HS2 railway from London to Birmingham and Leeds.
He will also travel by foot, police car and Docklands Light Railway before ending the tour of his 'Manor' at New Scotland Yard at about 8 pm.
A dozen police cars sped to the Docklands Light Railway station in Shadwell, east London, where the automatically controlled train fallen asleep and woke to find a man waving a huge knife in my face.
They failed to halt the driverless Docklands Light Railway train because CCTV cameras did not cover all of East London's All Saints station.
Local rail provided by the Docklands Light Railway was a major factor in East London regeneration.
The firm operates traffic management systems covering more than 17,500km of roads worldwide, while the firm also provides computer and software support services and operates London's Docklands Light Railway and Manchester's Metrolink tram system.
Serco chief executive Christopher Hyman revealed that the group has seen "good passenger revenue growth" in all its UK rail franchises, which also include London's Docklands Light Railway.