Plans to increase capacity at Bank Tube station, which serves 96,000 passengers each morning, have gone on display.
London Underground is holding a consultation on the proposals which include widening platforms, improving access to lines and step-free access to a new ticket hall.
LU says its proposals are aimed at relieving congestion and increase capacity at Bank and Monument, the fourth busiest interchange on the Tube network.
David Waboso, London Underground’s Director of Capital Programmes, said: “Bank is one of the busiest stations on the network and we’ve been working closely with the City of London Corporation on plans to create more capacity at this important interchange.
“Most of the work will be below the ground and we’ll keep disruption to a minimum during construction, but it’s important that the public have the chance to comment on what we’re proposing to improve their Tube network.”
The plans will be on display at 10 King William Street, London EC4N 7TW until November 11th.