Sign our petition for the UK Government to restart construction on the Croxley Rail Link
The UK Government has pledged a 'New Deal for Britain' to deliver vital infrastructure. In his speech on June 30th the Prime Minister set out plans to 'build back better' in the wake of coronavirus and has pledged £5bn to accelerate infrastructure projects.
The Croxley Rail Link was first approved in 2011 by then Lib Dem Transport Minister Norman Baker.
However, there has been significant frustration within the local community that the plan to extend the Metropolitan Railway was effectively shelved in 2019 by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan after initial works had been completed. The MLX project has already utilised funds from Hertfordshire County Council and we believe the current situation effectively wastes this public money.
We, the undersigned, call for the Government to allocate sufficient funds to restart and complete the Metropolitan Line Extension project and realise the planned benefits to Croxley Green and surrounding area.
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