Delays to London’s Crossrail are holding back expansion plans at one of Lord Alan Sugar’s star investments, the businessman has revealed.
The first part of Crossrail will be opened by March 2021 at the latest, those behind the delayed project have pledged.
Transport for London’s (TfL) commissioner downplayed risks of delay on the £17.6 billion Crossrail scheme and should consider resigning, a report has said.
Crossrail might not open to passengers until 2021, more than two years after services were originally due to commence, it has been reported.
The responsibility for Crossrail failures must be explained by the Government, MPs have demanded.