With the exciting news that the delayed opening is just weeks away on May 24.
The service will be the newest and most modern in the TfL network, with more comfortable cars, Wi-Fi, travel information screens and air conditioning all also available.
Although over budget, the new line is expected to be the first step in modernizing the transport system across London.
What route will the Elizabeth line take?
The new line will run from Reading in Berkshire and Heathrow Airport in West London to Shenfield in Essex and Abbey Wood in South East London via the center of the capital.
Stops should include stations like Bond Street, Farringdon, Liverpool Street, Canary Wharf, Whitechapel, Woolwich, etc.
Over time, ten new stations will also open in central London.
Also, when the service first opens it will not be fully integrated into the network, meaning there will be a change of trains at Paddington and Liverpool Street, but integration is expected in the autumn.
If you plan to use the service for a long distance journey, you can expect it to take a little longer than normal as it will stop at all local stations.
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This notice was published: 2022-05-04 14:23:29