Crossrail may crush other vital projects

Hall, Peter
September 2010
Regeneration & Renewal;9/13/2010, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports on the impact of the 16 billion pound Crossrail juggernaut on the other rail projects in London, England and on their potential progress to regeneration.


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