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  1. Service alteration Future Engineering Works

    ...ation near Barking to serve over 10,000 new houses at Barking Riverside, and help create 16,000 new jobs.  You are here: Engineering Works ...

  2. Service alteration Future Engineering Works

    ...ation near Barking to serve over 10,000 new houses at Barking Riverside, and help create 16,000 new jobs. Barking Riverside is the largest housing development in east London, with planning permission for up to 10,800 new homes, as well as healthcare, shopping, community and leisure facilities. Without a new rail link in place, the full potential of the development at Barking Riverside cannot be achieved.  You are here: Engineering Works ...

  3. About your rail fare

    ...rvice delivered in partnership with the private sector. The partnership railway connects workers to jobs, businesses to markets, and people to their families and friends. Combined with private investment and government support, this money is enabling unprecedented improvements now and in the long-term, with new trains, better services and improved stations connecting communities and driving growth across the country. You can find out more about the improvements happening in your area at: www.bri...

  4. Service alteration Major improvement works taking place in 2018

    ...rm travel across London, boosting the economy by billions of pounds and supporting thousands of new jobs and homes. The line, currently being constructed by Crossrail, will be named after the UK's longest serving monarch when it becomes operational in 2018. Stretching over 60 miles from Reading and Heathrow Airport to the west of London across to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east, the Elizabeth line will stop at 40 accessible stations - 10 newly built and 30 newly upgraded - and serve ap...

  5. Service alteration Major improvement works taking place in 2018

    ...rm travel across London, boosting the economy by billions of pounds and supporting thousands of new jobs and homes. The line, currently being constructed by Crossrail, will be named after the UK's longest serving monarch when it becomes operational in 2018. Stretching over 60 miles from Reading and Heathrow Airport to the west of London across to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east, the Elizabeth line will stop at 40 accessible stations - 10 newly built and 30 newly upgraded - and serve ap...

 

Last updated:   26 March 2013