TfL has announced that almost 70m journeys have been made on London's Elizabeth line since May 2022, with businesses in and around the line's new stations benefitting from the footfall.
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Departure boards displaying live flight times at Heathrow have been installed at Canary Wharf, as journeys to the airport are now just 45 minutes direct using the Elizabeth line.
Following ORR's authorisation, Bond Street Elizabeth line station will now join nine other stations as part of the Elizabeth line.
Completion of modernisation work at Ilford station means Elizabeth line passengers will benefit from step-free access and improved gatelines.
RIA welcomes the 20-month funding settlement will enable TfL to complete a number of major projects, but urges that there still needs to be a multi-year deal.
Romford station has been given an internal upgrade and refurbishment, including an improved entrance hall, ticket office and lift access to Elizabeth line platforms.
The Elizabeth line is set to begin running new services on 6 November 2022 directly from Reading and Heathrow to Abbey Wood and from Shenfield to Paddington.
ORR have officially given London’s Elizabeth line the green light ahead of it’s opening on 24 May 2022.
Transport for London (TfL) anticipates for the Elizabeth line to open within the first half of 2022, as it comes to the end of the first phase of trial operations and looks ahead to next stages.
The station becomes the latest addition to the now six stations transferred from Crossrail to Transport for London (TfL), which will operate the new transformational Elizabeth line.
At the peak of construction, permanent works on HS2's Old Oak Common station will support over 2,300 jobs and 250 apprenticeships.
HS2 will use the digital virtual reality to assess and, if necessary, refine its designs in order to help passengers to move smoothly and efficiently around Old Oak Common station.
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