General view of the concourse at Liverpool Street station in London, busy with passengers

Elizabeth Line popularity tailors a swift shift in Britain’s busiest stations

The concourse at Liverpool Street station in London Rail Industry Association

There are unprecedented numbers of passengers flocking to the Elizabeth Line. That popularity is music to the ears of the backers of the multi-billion pound project. The new railway, crossing London from east to west, has shaken up the charts too. Now, the busiest stations in Britain are almost all on the route, and a new flower in the East End is in full bloom, taking the most used accolade.

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Author: Simon Walton

Simon Walton is UK correspondent for RailTech.com and Railfreight.com

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General view of the concourse at Liverpool Street station in London, busy with passengers

Elizabeth Line popularity tailors a swift shift in Britain’s busiest stations

The concourse at Liverpool Street station in London Rail Industry Association

There are unprecedented numbers of passengers flocking to the Elizabeth Line. That popularity is music to the ears of the backers of the multi-billion pound project. The new railway, crossing London from east to west, has shaken up the charts too. Now, the busiest stations in Britain are almost all on the route, and a new flower in the East End is in full bloom, taking the most used accolade.

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Author: Simon Walton

Simon Walton is UK correspondent for RailTech.com and Railfreight.com

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