London Underground is gearing up for the return of hundreds of Metropolis personnel by reopening of “The Drain” concerning Waterloo and Bank stations.
The Waterloo & Metropolis line, which has been shut for 14 months, will reopen on June 21, Transport for London claimed.
It issued the statement in advance of Primary Minister Boris Johnson warned of “disruption” to the reopening of the financial system in gentle of new strains of Covid-19.
The line was opened in 1898 and grew to become recognized for prolonged queues at the country’s busiest overland train station.
It carries 15m passengers every year and is the second busiest immediately after the Victoria line.
Tube bosses are to set on an more peak companies to cater for bankers, legal professionals and accountants that are unable to regulate their doing work hours.
Catherine McGuinness, plan chief for the Metropolis of London Corporation, claimed: “The reopening of the historic Waterloo & Metropolis line is vital to the Square Mile’s restoration.”
In the meantime, rail companies will add two,500 more daily companies from Sunday.