A weekly round-up of London’s rail transport news…

Photos – rebuilding a Victoria Line crossover junction

Photos – rebuilding a Victoria Line crossover junction

London Underground

Colindale tube station to get £11 million refurbishment Edgware Today

Crossrail / Elizabeth Line

A planned £1 billion Crossrail 2 station in Chelsea could pay for itself within 20 years through a surge in stamp duty revenues, a study claimed, Standard

Written statement to Parliament – Annual update on Crossrail 2016 Gov.uk

Video – See London’s New £15 Billion Subway Line Bloomberg


A group which campaigns to preserve the best of the 20th century’s architecture has called for Waterloo International Terminal to be given listed status. SE1

Better compensation for beleaguered Southern Railway users promises PM Watford Observer

‘Simply getting on a train is a struggle’: Southeastern and Southern trains ranked joint worst in the UK NewsShopper

Rail passengers in the London and Thames Valley to benefit from a brand new fleet of trains GWR Press Release

Rail operators plan to go after fare dodgers over the summer, teaming up with transport police to catch those responsible Sharecast

Engineers working on improving the railway line between London and Southend have a new way of working – to protect badgers. ITV

The HS2 high-speed rail project has an “unrealistic timetable” and faces major cost pressures, a report by the National Audit Office has said. BBC News


A warning has been issued for train operating companies to ensure that drivers do not use their mobile phones while operating a train RTM

And finally, The least used station in… Hertfordshire DiamondGeezer

The image above is from August 2015: Photos – rebuilding a Victoria Line crossover junction


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