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It is also notable that the previous Finance & Policy Committee meeting was held on 16th February, whilst the Rail & Underground Panel is meeting on 24th February and the Finance & Policy Committee is meeting yet again on the 2nd March.

The Tf L board, meanwhile, is due to meet on the 17th March.

Unlike the other upgrades the two phases of the Victoria line upgrade are, to the public, somewhat artificial as there was no obvious distinction between them.

In fact the initial committed plan was only to go from approximately 27tph to approximately 33tph (21% improvement) in phase 1.

In a similar manner, Tf L Underground rolling stock capacity work is now centered around the amorphous names of “New Tube for London”, “Four Lines Modernisation” and “World Class Capacity”.

World Class Capacity is in fact Tf L’s project to combine upgrades on the Jubilee, Northern and Victoria lines.

The changes on the Victoria line may not have been dramatic but they been continual and, even if change has been gradual and incremental over many years, the line is a vast improvement on what it was just five years ago.

Currently the Victoria line runs trains every 105 seconds in the peak between Brixton and Seven Sisters.

The escalator work at Walthamstow Central is due to be complete by April this year, allowing extra trains to serve this station from the May timetable change.We will look at plans for the World Class Capacity lines in order of complexity and issues involved.This means starting with the Victoria line and then looking at the relatively innocuous plans for the Jubilee, before wading into the issues involving the Northern.Unfortunately as a result these aren’t always very meaningful.The names of the Northern Line Extension and the Metropolitan Line Extension projects, for example, don’t provide much context as to where they are actually going to and from.

The escalator work at Walthamstow Central is due to be complete by April this year, allowing extra trains to serve this station from the May timetable change.We will look at plans for the World Class Capacity lines in order of complexity and issues involved.This means starting with the Victoria line and then looking at the relatively innocuous plans for the Jubilee, before wading into the issues involving the Northern.Unfortunately as a result these aren’t always very meaningful.The names of the Northern Line Extension and the Metropolitan Line Extension projects, for example, don’t provide much context as to where they are actually going to and from.The reason for this urgency appears primarily to be that signalling procurement for the Piccadilly, Waterloo & City, Bakerloo and Central lines is now on the critical path. Here we will look at the other significant item to which it is closely related – train procurement (or the potential lack of it) in service of London Underground’s “World Class Capacity” upgrade.