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This involves upgrading 46 kilometres of the M25 between junctions 5-7 through Kent and Surrey and Junctions 23-27 through Herefordshire and Essex at Waltham Cross and Epping. Converting the hard shoulder to create 4 running lanes and enhanced on-road technology to manage traffic flow. At junctions 30-31 through Essex, “Smart Motorway” upgrades to improve congestion where the A13 meets Thurrock.
The work included the installation of new emergency and technology including, motorway spanning gantries, refuge areas, emergency telephones, overhead signals, verge mounted signs and CCTV cameras.
The Project upgrade was delivered 36 weeks ahead of schedule as the work on the latest section was completed 14 weeks earlier at junctions 23-27 and 22 weeks earlier at junctions 5-7.
This involves east and west-side facilities either side of the London to Brighton mainline, the train maintenace depot near Crawley in West Sussex and comprises of a five road, twelve car, maintenance building with associated stores, workshops, offices, elevent train stabling and servicing road, two under-bridge widenings, two carriage washing machines, a wheel lathe and all associated depot infrastructure due for completion in 2015.
The London to Brighton mainline provides easy access to holidaymakers heading towards Gatwick Airport and will boost the overall efficiency of the route.
This involves upgrading the existing Tottenham Court Road station to prepare it to become an integral of Crossrail route which is due to start running in 2018.
The project involves extending and remodelling the ticket hall to become almost 6 times the size of the existing one, constructing a concrete box which will form part of the Crossrail Eastern Ticket Hall and creating new staff accommodation which is located beneath Charing Cross Road. In addition to these works new station entrances will be constructed aswell as a new concourse with a pedestrian link to the station and finally passageways and platforms will be modernised.