Crossrail (1)

Meeting: 
MQT on 2014-10-22
Session date: 
October 22, 2014
Reference: 
2014/3946
Question By: 
Navin Shah
Organisation: 
Labour Group
Asked Of: 
The Mayor
Category: 

Question

How many Crossrail trains per hour do you expect to terminate at Old Oak Common, even with the 4 trains per hour to Tring on the West Coast Main Line that are currently being considered?

Given the growth of London and the South-East, do you accept that you must aspire to extend those services, if suitable routes can be devised in the years ahead?

Answer

Answer for Crossrail (1)

Answer for Crossrail (1)

Answered By: 
The Mayor

The Crossrail Project does not include a new station at Old Oak Common. Plans for a new station on the Great Western Mainline at Old Oak Common are being developed by the HS2 Project.

 

The Crossrail Sponsors (DfT and TfL) are working with HS2 to review options for Crossrail services to stop at the proposed new station which is forecast to open in 2026. As this work is currently only at the planning stage, it is too early to confirm exactly how many Crossrail trains might stop at Old Oak Common.