With footfall of 1.3 million every week (Route), London Bridge is the fourth busiest station in the UK. To accommodate ever-growing passenger numbers, Network Rail is working to build a bigger and better station for passengers.  A concourse larger than the pitch at Wembley Stadium, new retail outlets and improved station facilities will increase passenger capacity by 66% (Network Rail).
As part of the exciting developments, JCDecaux has installed three full-motion, high impact digital screens, strategically positioned on the brand new concourse. In close proximity to retailers such as T.M.Lewin, the landscape screens provide the opportunity to target affluent audiences travelling into the City of London and beyond. The investment at the station also allows for more services every day – up to 18 trains an hour – offering better connections than ever before at this key commuter hub.
Irvine Sellar, Developer & Co-Owner of The Shard & London Bridge Quarter said: “We are delighted with progress of the transformation of London Bridge station. On completion it will mean our investment in this part of London will total in excess of £2bn and help breathe new life into the area.”