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LOCOG NEWS CONFERENCE IN OLYMPIC PARK MEDIA CENTRE (SOUNDBITE) (English) JUSTINE GREENING, TRANSPORT SECRETARY, SAYING; "I think it was a successful dress rehearsal and we're looking forward to delivering the real thing on Friday. But of course, as it shows, actually, on a transport system as complex as London's things do go wrong. I think what we showed, though, last night is that even when things go wrong actually we still delivered a good transport system for people to be able to get home. And as Peter referred to, actually, what it shows is that although one line was down, the rest of them were working, and that's part of the resilience that we've got for Tube users and public transport users in London." LOCOG CEO PAUL DEIGHTON WALKING MEDIA (SOUNDBITE) PAUL DEIGHTON, LOCOG CHIEF EXECUTIVE, SAYING; "I think everybody who lives in London understands that we have a massive transport network, from time to time bits and pieces of it don't work, that's a regular occurrence of those of us who commute in and around London, but the scale of the network has lots of alternative ways to get home, so it's always possible to make it work. Ideally of course we'd like everything to work, all of the time during the Games so people have the smoothest possible experience, but I expect, on one or two days for an hour or two there will be problems, but we'll get through them." PETER HENDY, TRANSPORT COMMISSIONER, BEING INTERVIEWED NOTEPAD (SOUNDBITE) (English) PETER HENDY, TRANSPORT COMMISSIONER, TRANSPORT FOR LONDON, SAYING; "There's an issue on Greater Anglia about the overhead electric wires, which is a network rail issue. I understand they're looking at it. It's a historic issue, and it doesn't affect Stratford, nor the Olympics. It means that fast trains to Norwich aren't stopping at Romford. I don't think that's the end of the world in transport terms." LOCOG CHAIRMAN SEB COE SEATED FOR INTERVIEW (SOUNDBITE) (English) LOCOG CHAIRMAN SEB COE, SAYING; "You know, folks - go figure. When you get millions of people coming to your city, and you've got 17-thousand athletes, and they're all wanting the position of timing, and you've got all the things to think about, not only them but when the Games intersect with people - it's going to be busy, enjoy it - it's an Olympic Games." VARIOUS OF PASSENGERS STREAMING OUT OF STRATFORD STATION TOWARDS OLYMPIC PARK
Dateline: 2012
Usage restrictions terms: Olympic restriction: Clip cannot be re-published without additional clearances from the IOC.

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