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London Underground network marks busiest day ever with more than 4.5 million passengers Evening Standard

Escalator work to start at Seven Sisters Tube station for six months Tottenham Journal


Extra £14m to make all stations step-free on Crossrail Construction Enquirer

Mind the Branding Gap: First Crossrail Services to Launch as TfL Rail London Reconnections


Drop-in session for residents to find out more about Tottenham High Road bridge reconstruction Press release

Derby train-maker signs £145m Gatwick Express deal Derby Telegraph

Residents’ associations in Coulsdon insist there is a “clear need” for an under threat off-peak train service to London Victoria. Croydon Advertiser

High Speed 2 will need an average of nearly 5,000 construction workers per month during phase one and two of construction, Construction News


London Underground staff criticised over Bill Cosby ‘thought for the day’ as comedian faces rape allegations The Mirror

Britain’s hardest-working train Rail Magazine

Transport funding reform could transform the UK economy, according to a new report commissioned by TfL and TfGM Manchester Confidential

Pictures: Chiltern Railways timetable artworks by Heather and Ivan Morison Birmingham Post

The image above is from June 2013: A look at the Crossrail tunnels under Oxford Street


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One comment
  1. Simon says:

    That Construction News headline is a bit troubling. What on earth can they mean by “per month”? Is that the expected attrition rate through grotesque accidents and the like?

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