The Harrow Times carries an article regarding the new vehicles which are to be introduced to work with incidents on the underground:
The ten cars, were given to the Emergency Response Unit (ERU), this month and have more space to carry specialist equipment.
The ERU is run by Tube Lines, who together with Metronet, have invested £1.4 million into the new vehicles.
These cars offer a greater service to the emergency and maintenance workers who struggle with the existing facilities for getting their equipment to the right spot. This is a positive development which should help to get London moving faster in the event of a serious transport problem.