transport
Crossrail 2 is Still Almost Two Decades Away

The national infrastructure commission has given the green light to Crossrail 2, and is calling for ministers to get working on it as soon as possible. Lord Adonis, the chairman of the commission, says the new line could be up and running as early as 2033, though the project is expected to cost around £27 billion. Read More >>

transport
Crossrail 2 Will Cost £30 billion, and Boris Wants a Piece of Your Mind

TfL has launched a third public consultation on Crossrail 2, with the transport body looking for suggestions on the exact route of the line and where to position stations. Unlike Crossrail 1, which connects towns and cities to the east and west of the capital and should open in phases from 2017, Crossrail 2 will run from north to south, passing through Tottenham Court Road, Victoria and Clapham Junction. Broxbourne in Hertfordshire and Epsom in Surrey are expected to be the stations at each end of the line. Read More >>