Elizabeth Line Improvements Offer Step-Free London Underground Access from Moorgate Station

Liverpool Street Elizabeth line station, built by Laing O’Rourke, is the fifth station to be transferred to TfL and the third station which London Underground will take over as infrastructure manager.

It is the deepest of the new central London stations, at 34m below ground at platform level, and has a total of 15 escalators and seven lifts. Two of these are inclined lifts at the Broadgate entrance to take passengers from street to platform level.

The station is now ready for the next stages in the extensive commissioning, which will prepare it for trial operations beginning later this year.

When the line opens, the station will have a central concourse linking Liverpool Street and Moorgate stations as well as two platforms that are more than 200m long.

The station will eventually offer an interchange between the Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Northern lines. Customers can also interchange with London Overground services and National Rail services to east London, Hertfordshire, East Anglia and Stansted and Southend Airports from the rail station.
source= https://railway-news.com/elizabeth-line-improvements-offer-step-free-london-underground-access-from-moorgate-station/