To celebrate the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics and mark its 50th birthday, the United Nations world food programme (WFP) has teamed up with Crossrail to launch an inspirational photography exhibition.
The Kingsway Tram Tunnel in Holborn, a unique part of London’s transport history, will be temporarily re-used for Crossrail.
Crossrail announced its intention to award the main construction contract for the Western Ticket Hall at Tottenham Court Road.
Crossrail and development partner Cardinal Lysander have submitted a joint planning application to the London Borough of Islington and the City of London Corporation for an over-site development above the western entrance of Farringdon Crossrail station.
A £4,000 donation delivered through Crossrail’s Community Investment Programme has helped a grassroots youth football team beat the threat of closure.
Whether it is wild orchids, reptiles or giant eels, all have been given new homes thanks to Network Rail following the start of its works on behalf of Crossrail in the Stockley Junction area in West London.
Westminster City Council has given its approval for the regeneration of Tottenham Court Road and the east end of Oxford Street, including the former Astoria site.
Crossrail announced the appointment of Steve Hails to the role of Health & Safety Director.
Plans submitted by Crossrail and Aviva Investors for a commercial and retail development above the new Crossrail Liverpool Street Station western ticket hall shaft at 101 Moorgate have been given the go ahead by the Corporation of London.
The Office of the Crossrail Complaints Commissioner today announced that Stephen Jolly has been appointed as the new Commissioner. Mr Jolly will take up his new post on 19 March 2012.
Crossrail today announced its intention to award the main construction contract for Liverpool Street station. Intensive construction for Liverpool Street Crossrail station will get underway later this year.
The four shortlisted bidders for the Crossrail rolling stock and depot procurement were issued with tender documents at Crossrail. The four shortlisted organisations are: Bombardier Transportation (UK) Limited; Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles SA (CAF); Hitachi Rail Europe Limited; and Siemens plc.