Following a consultation in 2015, and the announcement last Autumn of a costs review, Crossrail 2 has been looking at some of the alternative options for the railway line.
The Limehouse DLR station, which also has an interchange with the C2C railway is getting an upgrade at the moment, but it's running rather late.
The first footage of the new Elizabeth line trains being tested in the Crossrail tunnels under London has been released, along with new photos of the construction progress.
Shortly before arriving in London, a Docklands Light Railway train paid a visit to Manchester and carried excited passengers on short test trips.
Two tube stations, a train station, and a bit of tram track have all been given funding for upgrade works to commence.
The Southbank Centre has come to Hackney Wick in the form of a stunning new London Overground station, with vast expanses of wood shuttering concrete offset with weathering steel.
Plans to build a new Thameslink station in Brent Cross have taken a step forward after the compulsory purchase order was formally signed.
This month marks the 30th anniversary of the launch of the Thameslink line services through central London. The first trains ran on the 16th May 1988, but the launch was marred by cancellations after a train developed a fault.
London Underground has taken a step closer to upgrading the signalling on four of its lines, with live tests of the new system over the weekend.
The heritage railway at Epping, formerly part of the Central line has gained its very own tube train, a 1959 era Northern line carriage.
Many towns have bits of abandoned railway, maybe a tunnel or a viaduct, but there are few that have both. Such a place is Winchester, and this is a tale of a lost railway.