PROGRESS NOTED ON VT UPGRADES AT LONDON RAIL STATIONS

2018-01-25

The blog IanVisits says a newly released report from Transport for London details the progress made on rail-station vertical-transportation (VT) upgrades at several stops. At Paddington Station, the steps, chains, floorplates and handrails of two new escalators are complete, and a new elevator is ready for testing. At the Bond Street station, preparatory work on VT for a "step-free interchange" to the Elizabeth line has been completed. At the Victoria station, work is progressing on passages to the Circle and District lines that include elevators and new ticket-hall escalators. At the Knightbridge station, work has begun on two new station entrances and elevators. And, at the Camden Town station, refurbishment on two escalators has begun, with the first to be ready in early March and the second later this year.

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