With one in six of all UK rail journeys now made on the Elizabeth Line, what has been the impact of Europe’s largest construction project?
The Elizabeth Line stretches more than 100km from Reading and Heathrow in the west through central tunnels across to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east.
Expected to serve up to 200 million people each year the Elizabeth Line is a welcome addition to London’s transport infrastructure. From cutting journey times and relieving congestion, to bringing more people than ever within a 45-minute commute of the capital.
Has there been a difference in the impact at each of its station locations? Is there a noticeable discrepancy between the West, Central and East parts of the Line? In relation to value – what have been the economic, environmental and social impacts of the Elizabeth Line?
Through a mix of presentations, case studies and a panel discussion, this webinar explores the impact of the Elizabeth Line, the design of its stations and value this new project has brought to London.