Engineers in London are constructing Europe's biggest transportation infrastructure project. 40 stations and 42 kilometers of tunnel are part of the 118 kilometer-long Elizabeth Line.
Crossrail is London's much-anticipated $20-billion tube line, due to open in December 2018 under the name of the Elizabeth Line. DW met Andrew Wolstenholme, the CEO of Europe's biggest infrastructure project.
The Grenfell Tower fire is just one example of how chronic under-investment in infrastructure has left Britain trailing other leading economies on housing, roads, rail, and airports. Samira Shackle reports from London.
UK business minister Greg Clark has announced a big investment in a London research facility by MSD, a global biomedical company, in the framework of the British government's new industrial strategy.
German automakers are promising to ramp up electric vehicle production, while Paris and London are pledging to go all-electric by 2040. So why is China beating Europe at the e-mobility game?
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