The DfT – and more specifically new Transport Secretary Phil Hammond – appear to have thrown their weight behind Crossrail ahead of the upcoming “emergency budget,” suggesting that Government cuts to the project are less likely than many have thought. In a press release timed to coincide with a visit by the Transport Secretary to Canary Wharf Crossrail station, the DfT comment: The Transport Secretary saw for himself visible evidence of the progress made in construction ...
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