A lot more money, a lot more time, and a lot more heated arguments have been released to get Crossrail working.
Today should have been the day that the Crossrail project triumphantly handed over to the Elizabeth line.
The government has agreed to provide a £350 million short term loan to Crossrail to help fund the final fit out of the delayed railway.
Crossrail has announced that it is to miss its December 2018 opening date, and will be pushing the launch of what will be the Elizabeth line back to sometime in autumn 2019.
Short and simple, this is a delightful way to show off the history of London, using paper origami.
As Crossrail was being constructed, along with a couple of TV shows, there's been a number of books published -- and the latest is Crossrail: The Art of the Build.
The building site next to Farringdon Station is to be turned into an office block once Crossrail vacate it later this year.
The city farm at Stepney, which saw a chunk of its site taken over during the Crossrail construction has secured funding to manage its expansion back onto the land that was temporarily occupied for Crossrail works.
The last of the Crossrail stations to be shown off to the public opened its doors today, giving visitors a sneak preview of what the Elizabeth line station will look like when it opens in December.
It's been pretty much an open secret for some time, but the date that Crossrail transforms into the Elizabeth line has been set for the 9th December 2018.