2013 Report details for project: Olympics Transport Programme

Project name Olympics Transport Programme - there is only one report for this project
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Description: The transport strategy for the London 2012 Games has evolved over the past seven years in response to the requirements of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the different International Sports Federations, (London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) and the key objectives developed by the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) and their forerunners. The transport strategy has objectives which are: a) ensure that the athletes are the top priority b) aim to achieve 100 per cent of ticketed spectators travelling to competition venues by public transport, walking or cycling c) keep London and the UK moving during the Games d) ensure that the Games are accessible from all parts of the UK e) leave a lasting, positive legacy; and f) achieve maximum value for money.
DCA (RAG) Green
DCA text: This project was successfully delivered. More information on the delivery and legacy of the transport aspects of the Games can be found in the ODA's report 'Delivering Transport for the 2012 Games' (http://www.ice.org.uk/Information-resources/Document-Library/Delivering-Transport-for-the-London-2012-Games), and in TfL's 'Travel in London Report 5' (http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/corporate/travel-in-london-report-5.pdf).
Start date 2007-09-13
End date 2012-12-31
Schedule text Completed on schedule.
Baseline £24.61m
Forecast £24.86m
Variance 1.04%
Variance text: The forecast above is not the final figure. The latest (post-Games) estimates of expenditure indicate that the budget for 2012/13 will be underspent and that whole life costs will be broadly in line with budget (well within +/- 5%).
Whole Life Cost £34.49m
WLCost text: The costs reported (all resource) are the operational costs DfT and its Agencies have incurred specifically for the Games. They do not include the costs of 'business as usual' background infrastructure and other projects (eg national rail and London Underground capacity enhancement projects) that supported successful Games-time operations. Nor do they include capital or operational Games transport costs funded from the DCMS-led Public Sector Finance Package - the final report on those costs can be found at https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/78251/DCMS_GOE_Quarterly_Report_Q3.pdf.
Sourcefile DFT_2013.csv

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