Will the Elizabeth Line improve my journey and what route will it take?

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Will the Elizabeth Line improve my journey and what route will it take? (PA)
Will the Elizabeth Line improve my journey and what route will it take? (PA)

It's not long now until the highly anticipated Crossrail, Elizabeth Line is officially open to the public.

The service is set to be the newest and most modern for the TfL network, with more comfortable, walk-through carriages, wi-fi, travel information screens, and air-conditioning all available too.

Although overbudget, the new line expects to be the first step in modernising the transport system across London.

Making it easier and quicker for everyone to travel through central London with its improved technology.

News Shopper: What route will the Elizabeth Line take? (PA)
News Shopper: What route will the Elizabeth Line take? (PA)

What route will the Elizabeth Line take? (PA)

What route will the Elizabeth Line take?

The new line will run from Reading in Berkshire and Heathrow Airport in West London all the way to Shenfield in Essex and Abbey Wood in South-East London via the centre of the capital.

With stops expected to include stations like Bond Street, Farringdon, Liverpool Street, Canary Wharf, Whitechapel, Woolwich, and more.

However, Bond Street Station will not open for a few more months whilst extra work is carried out.

But using Crossrail will be quicker, according to travel app Citymapper, platform-to-platform journeys between Liverpool Street and Paddington will be cut from 18 minutes to 10 minutes.

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