The western section of the Crossrail route runs from Paddington in west London to Heathrow Airport and Maidenhead. The 13 stations on the route will undergo a number of enhancements to facilitate the new Crossrail services due to begin in 2019. This includes new station buildings at Acton Main Line, Southall, West Ealing and Hayes & Harlington and a major renovation at Ealing Broadway. Platform extensions will allow longer, higher capacity trains to run and step-free access at the majority of stations will improve the accessibility for passengers. Crossrail will improve Great Western route suburban services by offering: New and longer trains Electric trains providing a quicker, cleaner, quieter and smoother journey than the current stopping diesel trains used west of Paddington Journeys into the West End, City and east London without the need to change trains Additional capacity and reduced overcrowding When full service commences in 2019, Crossrail will provide ten trains per hour on the Great Western main line at peak. This will include four trains per hour to Maidenhead, four trains per hour to Heathrow and two trains per hour to West Drayton. H&H to have 10 Crossrail trains an hour, two others.
Hayes & Harlington Crossrail station
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Hayes and Harlington station