The Thameslink Programme is a £7 billion project in south-east England to upgrade and expand the Thameslink rail network, allowing more people to travel on new and longer trains between a wider range of stations to the north and to the south of London, without requiring passengers to change trains in London.
The Connaught Tunnel Refurbishment Project transformed an abandoned 1878 Victorian tunnel and disused railway and re-engineered it to receive the Crossrail track and trains for the next 120 years. The project was technically challenging and very unusual for a major new transport scheme such as Crossrail.
The project consisted of the construction and operation of a new 340m two-track line which crosses the River Irwell and the Manchester Inner Ring Road (IRR-Trinity Way).
This project was conceived by Network Rail over 15 years ago to improve timetables on the East Coast Main Line (ECML) where the Cambridge line traffic crossed the ECML on a flat crossing.
The complex £40 million Bakerloo Line Link project provides a new 170m pedestrian tunnel link between the Paddington Crossrail Station and London Underground Bakerloo Line platforms.
Crossrail C510 Whitechapel and Liverpool Street Station Tunnels is a major tunnelling contract awarded as part of Crossrail, Europe’s largest infrastructure project.
Crossrail is delivering the Elizabeth line – a new railway for London and the South East. When it opens through central London from December 2018, it will transform travel in London.
Stockley Flyover is a £90 million Crossrail Project and after number of years of construction is almost complete. The objective of this civil engineering project was to construct a new flyover to facilitate Crossrail and Heathrow Express services between London and Heathrow Airport, whilst allowing trains to Reading and beyond to pass through the junction … Continue reading “Crossrail Surface Works: Stockley Flyover”
The Stockholm Metro extension is a sustainable transport project that expands the public transport opportunities within the region. The project increases the resilience of the region’s transport system by relieving the existing system and offering new itineraries.