This week saw the East London Line reach an important milestone – its official handover from the Balfour Beatty Carillion Joint Venture to TfL which was completed yesterday. This means that the Line is now entering its final stages of development, focusing on the training and testing of both train and station staff and fixtures and fittings work. In terms of launch dates, the 23rd May has long been seen as the most likely “full” opening date as this coincides with the National ...
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