The massive investment at London Bridge by the government-sponsored Thameslink Programme is transforming the Victorian station while it continues to serve 140,000 passengers every day.
When the work is completed, London Bridge Station will become a major transport hub.
Access to airports will be much improved with Heathrow easily accessed via the Crossrail interchange at Farringdon and direct trains to Luton and Gatwick.
The station will also have a direct connection to the Eurostar terminus at St Pancras International, Cambridge and Peterborough.
London Bridge currently serves more than 56 million passengers every year – a number that is growing by around 2 milliion each year.
A key feature of the rejuvenation programme will be the creation of a stunning new station concourse the size of the pitch at Wembley Stadium that will enable passengers to access both Tooley Street and St Thomas Street directly, helping link together previously disconnected parts of the area and boosting opportunities for economic growth.
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