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London Underground

London Underground has appointed engineering consortium Tubelines to investigate how passenger flows through London's Euston station can be improved. This is because LUL expects more passengers to use the station following completion of Network Rail's West Coast Main Line upgrade. Tubelines, which comprises Amey, Bechtel and Jarvis, is also responsible for maintenance and upgrade of LUL's Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines.

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