The map, which will allow workers to see underground pipes and cables on mobile phones or laptops before they start digging, has been funded by the Government and is one of two national pilots to create a digital map of underground utilities.
The 24 hour, 365 day a year ULEZ scheme launched on April 8th and requires drivers to pay a daily charge unless their vehicles comply with meet Euro 4 emission standards for petrol vehicles or Euro 6 for diesel vehicles.
Originally due to open in December 2018, the troubled rail link is now severely over budget and the delayed opening is the subject of several parliamentary and London Assembly investigations.
Passenger services had been due to start last December but in August Crossrail Limited, the company set up by Transport for London and the Department for Transport to build the railway, announced the target date would not be met.
Plans to close ticket offices at 51 London Overground stations were unveiled last year, with TfL rail boss Jon Fox claiming the take-up of Oyster and contactless payment was “creating an opportunity to improve the way stations are managed and how staff serve customers.”