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Goodmayes Station

Goodmayes Station

Crossrail, Network Rail and Transport for London (TfL) have worked together at Goodmayes station to prepare for the start of Elizabeth line services.


CONNECTING GOODMAYES TO THE ELIZABETH LINE

  • An improved ticket hall with new ticket gates
  • New customer information screens and signage
  • 200+ metre long platforms
  • Accessible by three new lifts
  • Step-free from platform to street (Platforms 2, 3 & 4 only)
  • Improvements to the area around the station in partnership with London Borough of Redbridge

A FLEET OF NEW TRAINS

  • A train every 5 minutes at peak times in central London
  • Walk-through carriages
  • Space for 1,500 people
  • Air-conditioning
  • CCTV, WiFi and live travel information
  • Environmentally efficient

STATION UPDATE

  • All Elizabeth line upgrade works have been completed at this station

ELIZABETH LINE SERVICES FROM GOODMAYES 

In May 2015, TfL took over the operation of the stopping services from Goodmayes station.  New Class 345 trains are in use between Shenfield and Liverpool Street. The majority are currently seven-car long, with an upgrade programme due in the autumn of 2021 to increase these trains to nine-car (which is the full length of train for Elizabeth line services when it opens in the first half of 2022).

When the full route opens, passengers will be able to travel through central London without having to change trains.

At peak times 12 Elizabeth line services an hour will run between Shenfield and central London, calling at all stations. An additional four services an hour will run between Gidea Park and Liverpool Street main line station, westward in the morning peak and eastward in the evening peak.


Contact us

If you have queries about the work taking place please contact Network Rail, which is delivering the Crossrail upgrades: