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Video | Progress at Crossrail Liverpool Street

Crossrail Liverpool Street Station construction

Liverpool Street station is undergoing major redevelopment to increase capacity, improve accessibility and upgrade interchanges as part of the building of Crossrail.

The overall Crossrail project will open in phases. From Liverpool Street, services will interchange with London Underground’s Northern, Central, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines, connections to Stansted Airport and Southend Airport and National Rail services.

The station will provide new entrances and ticket halls at both Liverpool Street and Moorgate and new longer platforms and interchange routes through the station.

The new ticket halls will relieve congestion, provide step-free access and interchanges for passengers

From 2019 at peak times, Crossrail trains will run every 2.5 minutes in each direction. Direct services will run to Heathrow, Reading, Abbey Wood and Shenfield.

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