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Crossrail 2

Provide SCL project services, supporting main tunnel-stations-alignment workstreams, design of tunnel cross sections, SCL design principles, geotechnical review and risk assessment.
Estimated cost: Commencement:
January 01, 2015
Completion date:
22 Carlisle Place
United Kingdom
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Geology description:

The geology is expected to be highly variable crossing most of the typical units of the London basin (river terrace deposits, London Clay, Lambeth Group, Thanet Sand).

Geology types:
Bid cost: Final cost:
£30 billion GBP
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Construction methods:
Tunneling under:

Crossrail 2 is a proposed new rail infrastructure project, aiming to alleviate further crowding and congestion across London. The proposed central route will provide a link between Wimbledon in the South and New Southgate and Tottenham Hale in the North with a provision for an Eastern branch towards Hackney Central. It will provide interchange with multiple London underground, London Overground, Crossrail 1, national and international rail services. It is expected to increase significantly the capacity of the regional rail network and reduce the journey times supporting the population growth of the City of London.

Proposed route according to public consultation autumn 2015
Crossrail 2 in numbers (