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To take a break from the swamp that New York City becomes in the summer, I took a weeklong trip to the sunny paradise of London for a well-deserved vacation.

OK, fine. London may not be that sunny, but it is a transportation paradise. When comparing it with New York, anyway, London seems like a city that cares about its public transportation. Its trains run often, its buses have a priority network, and there's even a congestion charge for private cars driving in the city center that feeds money back into the transportation projects.

Things are not so great in New York right now. The state and city are in an interminable battle to escape blame for the crumbling infrastructure that millions of New Yorkers rely on every day. But some fixes being suggested now, like congestion charging, have already been at work in London for years.

The emergency services are seen near the police cordon at Parsons Green Underground Station on September 15, 2017 in London, England.   | Photo Credit: Getty Images

A reported explosion at a train station sent commuters stampeding in panic, injuring several people on September 15, at the height of London’s morning rush hour, and police said they were investigating it as a terrorist attack.

Emergency services said they were responding to an "incident" in which people were injured at Parsons Green Underground station in west London. The station was closed, as well as an entire section of the District Line where it is located.

An earlier version of this article referred incorrectly to the $20 billion train line opening in London next year. It is one of the biggest infrastructure projects in Europe, but not necessarily the largest. (It bills itself as such, but so does a project in France.) In addition, the article misstated the time period during which New York built four new subway stations. It is nearly three decades, since 1989, not “about a half-century.”

LONDON — The detonation of a device aboard a subway train in the British capital on Friday was being investigated as terrorism, police said.

Authorities confirmed 29 people had been injured at Parsons Green Tube station in southwest London. None of their wounds — mostly superficial burns — were considered serious or life-threatening.

Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu, the senior national coordinator for counterterrorism policing, said the detonation was being treated as a "terrorist incident."

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To take a break from the swamp that New York City becomes in the summer, I took a weeklong trip to the sunny paradise of London for a well-deserved vacation.

OK, fine. London may not be that sunny, but it is a transportation paradise. When comparing it with New York, anyway, London seems like a city that cares about its public transportation. Its trains run often, its buses have a priority network, and there's even a congestion charge for private cars driving in the city center that feeds money back into the transportation projects.

Things are not so great in New York right now. The state and city are in an interminable battle to escape blame for the crumbling infrastructure that millions of New Yorkers rely on every day. But some fixes being suggested now, like congestion charging, have already been at work in London for years.

The emergency services are seen near the police cordon at Parsons Green Underground Station on September 15, 2017 in London, England.   | Photo Credit: Getty Images

A reported explosion at a train station sent commuters stampeding in panic, injuring several people on September 15, at the height of London’s morning rush hour, and police said they were investigating it as a terrorist attack.

Emergency services said they were responding to an "incident" in which people were injured at Parsons Green Underground station in west London. The station was closed, as well as an entire section of the District Line where it is located.

An earlier version of this article referred incorrectly to the $20 billion train line opening in London next year. It is one of the biggest infrastructure projects in Europe, but not necessarily the largest. (It bills itself as such, but so does a project in France.) In addition, the article misstated the time period during which New York built four new subway stations. It is nearly three decades, since 1989, not “about a half-century.”

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  • post-reading and listening
  • using headlines
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  • role plays,
  • task-based activities
  • discussions and debates
and a whole lot more.

London Subway - Level 0   |   London Subway - Level 1   |   London Subway - Level 2

To take a break from the swamp that New York City becomes in the summer, I took a weeklong trip to the sunny paradise of London for a well-deserved vacation.

OK, fine. London may not be that sunny, but it is a transportation paradise. When comparing it with New York, anyway, London seems like a city that cares about its public transportation. Its trains run often, its buses have a priority network, and there's even a congestion charge for private cars driving in the city center that feeds money back into the transportation projects.

Things are not so great in New York right now. The state and city are in an interminable battle to escape blame for the crumbling infrastructure that millions of New Yorkers rely on every day. But some fixes being suggested now, like congestion charging, have already been at work in London for years.

The emergency services are seen near the police cordon at Parsons Green Underground Station on September 15, 2017 in London, England.   | Photo Credit: Getty Images

A reported explosion at a train station sent commuters stampeding in panic, injuring several people on September 15, at the height of London’s morning rush hour, and police said they were investigating it as a terrorist attack.

Emergency services said they were responding to an "incident" in which people were injured at Parsons Green Underground station in west London. The station was closed, as well as an entire section of the District Line where it is located.

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This useful resource has hundreds of ideas, activity templates, reproducible activities for …

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  • pre-reading and listening
  • while-reading and listening
  • post-reading and listening
  • using headlines
  • working with words
  • moving from text to speech
  • role plays,
  • task-based activities
  • discussions and debates
and a whole lot more.

London Subway - Level 0   |   London Subway - Level 1   |   London Subway - Level 2

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This useful resource has hundreds of ideas, activity templates, reproducible activities for …

  • warm-ups
  • pre-reading and listening
  • while-reading and listening
  • post-reading and listening
  • using headlines
  • working with words
  • moving from text to speech
  • role plays,
  • task-based activities
  • discussions and debates
and a whole lot more.

London Subway - Level 0   |   London Subway - Level 1   |   London Subway - Level 2

To take a break from the swamp that New York City becomes in the summer, I took a weeklong trip to the sunny paradise of London for a well-deserved vacation.

OK, fine. London may not be that sunny, but it is a transportation paradise. When comparing it with New York, anyway, London seems like a city that cares about its public transportation. Its trains run often, its buses have a priority network, and there's even a congestion charge for private cars driving in the city center that feeds money back into the transportation projects.

Things are not so great in New York right now. The state and city are in an interminable battle to escape blame for the crumbling infrastructure that millions of New Yorkers rely on every day. But some fixes being suggested now, like congestion charging, have already been at work in London for years.


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