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Crossrailnews is an independent website which tracks progress on the multi-billion pound programme to build a new railway across London.

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Currently listing 123 partner organisations, 120 decision makers and 235 major contracts. Databank last updated on 16 June.

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newsletter Latest bulletin: 16/06/14 +

Includes Thames Tunnel construction complete, Bombardier hands out Old Oak Common job, Crossrail plots public realm investment, Ealing Broadway plans rethought...

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Crossrailnews is the most comprehensive listing of Crossrail contracts and companies available online. Bringing together intelligence from a range of sources, we scrutinise who's doing what, when, where and how.

Our industry leading news picks up details other sites and journals miss while providing accurate and attributable coverage of Crossrail developments. Crossrail monitor complements this with exclusive project updates. In addition, Crossrailnews provides a unique insight into how the Crossrail programme has developed to date.

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Procurement - sortable, regularly updated tables listing contracts awarded and future packages
Stations - profiles and stats setting out contracts, scope and costs
Decision makers - the key people working on Crossrail
Galleries - pictures, many exclusive, tracking Crossrail progress

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Available as a web app, a new issue is published approximately every two months. UKinfrastructure monitors project finance, policy and opportunities for construction partners.

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