Network Rail is to begin consultation on a long-term development plan for Waverley Station in Edinburgh. Passenger numbers at the station are expected to double to over 49 million by 2048. The Waverley Masterplan will be led by a partnership of Network Rail and City of Edinburgh Council. A key element is likely to be a mezzanine floor above existing platforms to create more space for passengers.
Up to 30 years of work may be needed to enable Edinburgh Waverley to cope with increasing passenger numbers.
This is the main station in Edinburgh and acts as both a terminus and through station. The larger part of the station is covered by a large glazed roof by Blyth and Cunningham and is an island platfor
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