In the last 10 years, the use of Bank station has risen by 50% and 115,000 extra customer journeys are passing through the station each day and demand continues to rise. Plans to upgrade Bank station will not only improve capacity but also help to enable future frequency increases on the Northern line.
The improvements which London Underground have proposed are substantial and include the creation of a new southbound running tunnel and platform for the Northern line that will create more space for passenger circulation. A new station entrance on Cannon Street and step free access from the street and DLR to Northern line platforms. A moving walkway will provide quicker and easier interchange and more lifts and escalators are also planned. Most of the work will take place below ground, however, two main work sites are required at surface level. This project is expected to complete in 2020.
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