Tag : Crossrail
Crossrail restarts dynamic testingSubscription
Crossrail has re-started dynamic testing of its systems after a previous round of testing failed last year.
Crossrail dynamic testing setbacks detailedSubscription
A second attempt to begin dynamic testing on the Elizabeth line is due this month after a false start last year.
Crossrail delay warnings 'suppressed by TfL'Subscription
Crossrail chief executive Mark Wild’s detailed exposé of the Crossrail programme’s delays were not actually the main order of business for the London Assembly’s transport committee meeting on 9 January.
Crossrail bosses are negotiating extra payments to its contractors so that they can finish remaining Crossrail station works, New Civil Engineer can reveal.
Rail industry leaders have slammed the announcement that Crossrail 2 funds will be used to complete the Elizabeth line.
True scale of Crossrail problems laid bareSubscription
The full scale of Crossrail’s problems have been laid bare with stations now revealed to be at the centre of ‘‘three more years’’ of work needed to open the catastrophically delayed metro.
Global engineering projects to follow in 2019Subscription
2019 is set to be an interesting year for engineers around the world. New Civil Engineer has picked out some of the mega-projects and works going on across the world and close to home that you need to keep an eye on.
Crossrail extension to Ebbsfleet ‘not on the agenda’ Subscription
The proposed £1.5bn extension of Crossrail to Ebbsfleet is “not on the agenda”, Transport for London (TfL) commissioner Mike Brown has said.
The deputy mayor of London has admitted that money set aside to develop Crossrail 2 will be used to complete the original Crossrail route with Transport for London (TfL) forecasting no income from the Elizabeth Line for the next 18 months.
The so-called Year of Engineering is gone. Let’s make 2019 the year of innovation: the industry needs it.