Railway Upgrade Plan update 2017 – 2018: Anglia

Anglia

Anglia is an increasingly busy commuter route into London, as well as serving two airports in Stansted and Southend and being a key freight route for the ports of Felixstowe, Thameshaven and Tilbury. It also includes London Liverpool Street station, the capital’s third busiest station, which is owned and managed by Network Rail.

In the next year, passengers on the route will continue to benefit from a major new station north of Cambridge and the introduction of new, more reliable electric trains for rail passengers as part of Crossrail. Thanks to funding from the London Legacy Development Corporation, passengers, local residents and businesses will benefit from a completely transformed station with improved access and better local connections at Hackney Wick.

Read the full report on upcoming improvements in Anglia here.

In the next year, passengers on the route will continue to benefit from a major new station north of Cambridge and the introduction of new, more reliable electric trains for rail passengers as part of Crossrail. Thanks to funding from the London Legacy Development Corporation, passengers, local residents and businesses will benefit from a completely transformed station with improved access and better local connections at Hackney Wick.

Read the full report on upcoming improvements in Anglia here.