On May 24, London’s newest tube line opened to commuters after four years and £18.8 billion of work.
Currently, the line is not running end-to-end, meaning those coming from Heathrow Airport will have to change at Paddington station to access other portions of the line.
In its initial stages, the Elizabeth Line is running in three separate sections: Reading or Heathrow to Paddington, Paddington to Abbey Wood in southeast London, and Liverpool Street to Shenfield in Essex.
Currently, Elizabeth Line trains will take approximately 29 minutes to reach London Paddington from Heathrow Airport.
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