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VIDEO: Completion of major track rebuilding allows Cannon Street station to reopen and London Bridge redevelopment to move into final phase
Passengers in south-east London and Kent have been thanked for their patience after a planned closure of Cannon Street last week allowed for the completion of the latest major phase of the Thameslink Programme.
Two-thirds of new London Bridge station concourse opens
Two-thirds of a brand new concourse at Britain’s fourth-busiest railway station opened to passengers today (Monday, 29 August), in time for commuters returning to work from the late August bank holiday.
Mark Carne comment: London Bridge station redevelopment
The railway network in the south of England is one of the most congested anywhere in Europe – as passengers know only too well as they stand on crowded commuter trains. In the last 20 years the number of people travelling on the rail network has doubled, and the rail network, our stations and our platforms are dealing with more passengers than they were ever designed for.
Kent & SE London: One week countdown begins at London Bridge as the Thameslink Programme prepares to open first section of new concourse
In less than one week’s time, passengers from Kent and south east London will be able to see the first two-thirds of the brand new concourse at London Bridge station. There will also be major changes to train services over the bank holiday and during the following three working days as no trains will run to or from Cannon Street. Passengers are urged to check before they travel to or from London Bridge.
One week countdown at London Bridge as the Thameslink Programme prepares to open first section of new concourse
In less than one week’s time, rail passengers from south London, Surrey and Sussex will be able to use the first two-thirds of the brand new concourse at London Bridge station. There will also be major changes to train services over the bank holiday weekend, during the following week and until 2018.
Railway volunteers transform disused Southwark church basement into community hub
Over 40 volunteers from the Thameslink Programme, part of Network Rail, joined local community partners to transform disused space into a space for young people to socialise and undertake activities that will increase their skills and confidence.
The Thameslink Programme successfully tests new trains using advanced “in-cab” signalling system
An advanced signalling system that will allow trains to travel every two to three minutes through central London was successfully tested using Govia Thameslink Railway’s new Siemens Class 700 trains for the first time.
SUSSEX: One month to go until passengers will see what lies beneath at London Bridge station as the Thameslink Programme prepares to open first section of new concourse.
This week marks one month until passengers from South London and Sussex will be able to enjoy the first part of London Bridge’s massive new concourse for the first time.
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