Waterloo & City line to reopen after 14 months

London Underground is gearing up for the return of thousands of City employees by reopening of “The Drain” concerning Waterloo and Financial institution stations.

The Waterloo & City line, which has been shut for 14 months, will reopen on June 21, Transportation for London reported.

It issued the statement before Primary Minister Boris Johnson warned of “disruption” to the reopening of the financial state in mild of new strains of Covid-19.

The line was opened in 1898 and turned identified for lengthy queues at the country’s busiest overland prepare station.

It carries 15m travellers on a yearly basis and is the second busiest right after the Victoria line.

Tube bosses are to set on an extra peak companies to cater for bankers, lawyers and accountants that are unable to change their working hrs.

Catherine McGuinness, policy main for the City of London Company, reported: “The reopening of the historic Waterloo & City line is essential to the Sq. Mile’s restoration.”

In the meantime, rail firms will add 2,five hundred more everyday companies from Sunday.