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Olympic problem hotspots published

A list of travel areas that are expected to see a troublesome increase in use during the Olympic period has been published.

The list of tube stations set to be affected might help businesses decide whether or not their employees should be allowed to work from home during the Games this summer.

Included in the stations that are set to be 'exceptionally busy' are Canary Wharf, Waterloo, Brompton and Clapham North, signalling that there will be disruption right across the city. A couple of stations will also have restricted operations, while stations that are serving venues themselves will probably face particularly high levels of traffic.

A number of businesses have implemented work from home schemes already and tested them out to ensure their technology is up to the challenge of allowing employees to access their networks from remote locations.

Those businesses that are yet to look into the possibilities of allowing staff to work from home could find themselves caught out if their workers are unable to get into work on time. However, several other alternatives are also being trialled, including the championing of cycle to work schemes and staggered hours to help commuters avoid rush house times.

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