Fri 13 December 2019, 12:14 pm
A new edition of the Tube map was released last week by Transport for London (TfL) to show the Elizabeth Line service running to Reading.
The line is currently run by Great Western Railway, and is due to be taken over by TfL Rail on Sunday, 15 December.
Crossrail station stops on the service include West Drayton, Langley, Slough, Taplow, Maidenhead and Reading. Customers can use contactless pay as you go between London Paddington and Reading from 2 January.
Howard Smith, operations director for TfL Rail, said: “Running TfL Rail services to Reading is an important step towards opening the Elizabeth line and reinforces the key transport links between these two areas for local people and businesses.
“Customers will benefit from the free travel for under-11s and the convenience of pay as you go contactless fares from the New Year.”
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