A brand-new Tube map including the Elizabeth Line has actually been launched to mark a year till the train’s conclusion.
The building and construction of the line has actually entered its lasts and it will open to the general public in stages from December next year.
Fifteen trains per hour will go through the tunnels, increasing to 24 trains through the main area by May 2019, Transport for London stated.
The line will run as 3 services prior to a complete starts in 2019.
From December 2019, clients from Reading and Heathrow will have the ability to take a trip through main London to the West End without having to alter trains.
Elizabeth Line timeline:
- May 2018: Rail service opens in between Paddington and Heathrow, changing the existing Heathrow Connect service and part of the Great Western inner rural service
- December 2018: The Elizabeth Line opens, at first running as 3 services:
- Paddington (Elizabeth Line station) to Abbey Wood through main London
- Paddington (mainline station) to Heathrow (Terminals 2 &&3 and 4)
- Liverpool Street (mainline station) to Shenfield
- May 2019 : Direct services to run in between Paddington and Shenfield and Paddington and Abbey Wood. Providers from Paddington to Heathrow will continue to end and begin at the mainline station
- December 2019: The Elizabeth Line totally opens with services ranging from Reading and Heathrow, consisting of Terminal 5, in the west through the main tunnels to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east