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crossrail

In a panel door, any horizontal member other than those at the top and bottom of the door.
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New Crossrail Elizabeth line: Hanwell station to benefit from step-free access and refurbished entrances ahead of railway launch
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has announced today (2 March 2018) that he expects a 3 billion programme of upgrades to the Transpennine route to begin from spring 2019, as an Independent Affordability Review is established to ensure the affordability of Crossrail 2.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling caused outrage this week by supporting a new PS30 billion Crossrail 2 scheme in London and the south-east, days after a series of rail projects in Wales, the Midlands and the north were apparently axed or downgraded.
A legal row between the developers of London's GBP15 billion Crossrail underground railway project and the operators of Heathrow Airport could result in trains not stopping at the nation's busiest airport.
From May, Crossrail one of Europe's largest engineering projects--will have to start making good on its promises: the high-frequency, high-capacity railway line is forecast to add [pounds sterling]42 billion to the economy and bring an extra 1.
one of Europe's largest active construction projects, Crossrail was designed utilising
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The impact of London's Crossrail on property prices has been analysed in great depth since its announcement , with the projected upswing in house values blossoming as the mammoth new transport network nears completion.
IN HER column, Joan McAlpine claimed the GERS figures are misleading because "investments of national importance" in the rest of the UK are charged to Scotland, and gave the example of London Crossrail.
8bn Crossrail project to transform travel across London is good news for Wales, according to Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb.
BORIS Johnson claimed rules from Brussels prevented him banning potentially unsafe lorries from London and could have led to the tunnels for the Crossrail project under the capital being expanded to accommodate German trains.