WORK to upgrade Bank Tube station passed a milestone in early September when the roof over the new entrance on Cannon Street was topped out.
This entrance will provide direct access to the Northern Line and connect to the Central Line via a moving walkway.
The major project is just over halfway complete, and is due to be finished in 2022 when capacity at the busy interchange – which already handles more than 120 million passengers per year – will rise by 40%.
Work is on-going to fit out the entrance, adding dividing walls and operational rooms across its 11 storeys.
There will eventually be two lifts at the Cannon Street entrance, 12 escalators and two moving walkways.
A new southbound tunnel and platform on the Northern Line are also nearing completion.
Read more News and Features in the October 2019 issue of The RM –on sale now!
Railway ReadsFrom the history of steam through to 21st century rail transport news, we have titles that cater for all rail enthusiasts. Covering diesels, modelling, steam and modern railways, check out our range of magazines and fantastic subscription offers.
Get The Railway Hub Weekly Round-upEnter your e-mail address below and you will receive weekly rail news straight into your inbox...
You can unsubscribe at any time.
About the Author
- Union welcomes inquest into death of rail worker Belly Mujinga - 27th January 2022
- Commuters still asked to wear masks despite law change - 27th January 2022
- London Transport Museum reveals exhibition to celebrate Caribbean contribution to transport history - 26th January 2022