A new station will open on the Elizabeth Line next month, Transport for London (TfL) announced this.
The delayed opening of Bond Street Station is now expected for Monday October 24, the capital’s tour guides said.
Officials have dubbed the station “the jewel in the crown” of West End transport, but acknowledged the opening was “subject to final approvals”.
The Elizabeth line opened in May but trains have not served Bond Street due to delays in completing the station.
The move is expected to relieve congestion at nearby Oxford Circus, while aiming to make the station more accessible for disabled travellers.
London’s Transport Commissioner Andy Byford said: “The new Elizabeth Line station on Bond Street will be the jewel in the crown of West End transport services.
“It is truly spectacular and will provide a highly meaningful new connection to one of the UK’s busiest shopping districts, giving people across London and the South East even better connections to work and play.
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“I can’t wait to see people using this beautiful, spacious and step-free station.
“It will be another big moment for transport in London and the bright future ahead for the city.”
The final Elizabeth Line station will have entrances at Hanover Square and Davies Street.
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