Elizabeth line Rule Book

The rules apply between Portobello Junction to Abbey Wood Sidings and Pudding Mill Lane Junction.

Elizabeth Line Rule Book

A new version of the Elizabeth Line Rule Book (December 22) is now available and came into force on 7th January 2023.

An update to the Module SS1 Station duties has been made. Changes have been detailed in the week 50 WON. SS1 issue 7 is in use from Monday 13th March 2023.

For TfL staff, this version of RFLI-GEN-SM-RUL-0038 can be found by searching for the document number using the TfL document manager, or by navigating to the rule book page on SharePoint.

Updated modules and handbooks are listed in the briefing note above.

The briefing note provides details of the changes that have been incorporated into the December issue of the rule book. Please familiarise yourself with the changes.

CBTC Operational Forms

Please note that changes have been made in line with December 2022 rule book updates to:

- CR3154 Pilots form (to change the role name Pilotman),

- CR3200 Train register form (to change the role name Pilotman), and

- CR3199 form - November 2022 to bring it in line with changes to handbook 9.

Track Visitor Permit Key Safety Information

This leaflet provides information about the dangers you might find on the Elizabeth Line Central Operating Section when you have been granted permission to visit. It provides guidance on the terms used within the railway environment, who is responsible for your safety and how to ensure that you remain safe.

The Elizabeth line Crossrail Central Operating Section (CCOS)

CCOS Sectional Appendix and CCOS Table A Diagrams

The Crossrail Central Operating Section (CCOS) Sectional Appendix is published within the Network Rail National Electronic Sectional Appendix (NESA). Access can be gained by following the instructions in the PDF below and registering with Network Rail as a User.

TfL & RfLI Users will also need to request User rights to the NESA Document Viewer from TfL T&D Services.

The CCOS signalling notice and associate scheme plans are available by referring to either the Weekly Operating Notice (WON) or the Periodical Operating Notice (PON). If you require access to these documents please access through Rail Notices or consult your company records.

The guidance leaflet below will help you to register for access to NESA if you need to.