Liverpool Street Station Facts and Figures:
- Serves the City of London financial business area
- Links together two existing London Underground (LU) stations on the Metropolitan & Circle Lines, namely Liverpool Street station at the east end and Moorgate at the west end.
- In addition to connections to existing LU ticket halls, new Crossrail station entrances and ticket halls will be provided at both Liverpool Street and Moorgate.
- At Moorgate, a permanent shaft will house station ventilation systems, lifts and escalators. The shaft over 50 metres deep with an internal diameter of 32 metres.
- 92,734 cubic metres of excavated material will be removed
- 51,536 cubic metres of concrete will be used
- 9,408 tonnes of reinforced steel will be used
- 11,632 metres of bored piles to be constructed
- Canary Wharf - 6 minutes
- Whitechapel - 2 minutes
- Farringdon - 2 minutes
- Tottenham Court Road - 5 minutes
- Bond Street - 7 minutes
- Paddington - 10 minutes
- Heathrow - 32 minutes
- Mid 2011 - Design complete
- Spring 2012 – Award of main station construction contract
- Late 2012 - Moorgate shaft construction commences
- Early 2012 - Demolitions complete
- Late 2013 – Moorgate shaft diaphragm walls complete
- Mid 2014 – Utility diversions completed at Liverpool Street
- 2017 - Liverpool Street station construction complete
- Late 2018 - Crossrail operations commence