Crossrail 2 plan boosted by Boris Johnson funding claims
London mayor says Treasury is prepared to meet half the £20bn costs as transport authorities announce preferred route
A second mass-transit Crossrail line under London has come a step closer to fruition as transport authorities announced a preferred route and the mayor claimed the Treasury was prepared to meet half the £20bn costs.
Crossrail 2 would carry 45,000 passengers an hour between south-west and north-east London, in 22 miles (36km) of new tunnels and then in overground lines forking further into the home counties.
Source: Guardian Transport