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Tracking the progress of our construction works

Crossrail is committed to providing up-to-date information about construction works taking place throughout the route to ensure local communities are kept informed not only about the benefits that the Crossrail service will deliver, but also about current progress and milestones.

We endeavour to provide real-time information about our works programme throughout construction to help you understand the upgrade works taking place throughout central London and beyond.  Our dedicated station pages list planned works at each of the ten new stations being currently constructed in London. 

As detailed design for our surface stations is finalised you will be able to find out about planned works at each of the 40 stations on the Crossrail route.

Receive project updates and construction information

Moving Ahead: Crossrail's quarterly update provides an overview of progress from across the route.  

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Mapping construction progress Near You

You can use our Near You mapping tool to find out about current works in your area.  The map allows you to search by postcode, station name or tunnelling machine name to find up-to-date information about current works and tunnelling progress throughout the route. 

24/7 Crossrail Helpdesk

The Crossrail Helpdesk is available to answer your questions about the project and help with any problems which may arise from construction of the railway.

40 Stations Connected

Building the new railway involves constructing 10 new stations in central London and Docklands and upgrading 30 existing stations between Reading and Heathrow in the west and Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east.