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The cost of Tring Crossrail

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£150 million?According to the Mayor of London ‘2050 infrastructure’ transport supporting document, the cost of implementing Crossrail 1 to Tring is “£150 million”.

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Written by beleben

August 12, 2014 at 10:13 am

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  1. Network Rail’s preferred option is a cheap and dirty chord up to the Dudding Hill Line and a flat junction onto the WCML Slow lines, all delivered for about £50m. Boris, I presume, is more of a fan of the gold-plated WCML-Crossrail connection that would run in tunnel and cost significantly more for very little benefit. The extra trains needed for the link would find use if the connection were later mothballed or demolished once Euston has been completed, as the core frequency would increase and more trains would be needed to then extend the 24-32tph core to Old Oak Common. In any case the total cost is not going to be £1bn and even then, if it simplifies the reconstruction of Euston that would have massive cost saving impacts on its own.

    CautiousObserver

    August 15, 2014 at 8:02 pm

    • Network Rail don’t do cheap and dirty.

      Dirty, perhaps; but certainly not cheap.

      beleben

      August 15, 2014 at 8:41 pm

  2. […] during the rebuild of Euston station for the prestige HS2 scheme. In the Mayor of London’s London 2050 report, the cost of bringing Crossrail to Tring was given as £150 million, which implied that the […]


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