The construction of Croxley Rail Link has been taken up by London Underground. The projected cost would rise a bit to £230 million. The Watford observer has published this.
Reporter Michel Knowles feels, the county council declared the higher price of the project may reason inflation, but it would be a wide railway benefit.
The project cost in the region of £120 million.
Railway facilities include revamping of the accessible line between Lower High Street and Watford Junction, and keeping up the power supplies to both the Metropolitan Line and the Network Rail sections.
The development being made will permit more trains to sprint in the future, not just on the Croxley Rail Link but on the wider train network.
The Hertfordshire County Council is supported by David Hughes, London Undergroundís Director of Major Programme Sponsorship. The proposal to change the rout and expand the Metropolitan line to Watford Junction is finalized.
The Croxley Rail Link will get better access to public transport for local residents, lead to jobs growth in the area and provide access for Metropolitan line customer to West Coast mainline National Rail links from Watford Junction station.
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