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A spokesman for St Albans County Council said: 'The committee is currently assessing the rail timetable for the new train network as it develops into more details.
'On a normal timetable, the new rail services will be completed by 2023, with completion being delayed until 2026.'
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin yesterday warned the route could be postponed after an engineer said improvements could take a couple of years.
But a spokesman for Transport for London (TfL) yesterday defended the timetable and said plans were progressing in time to reach the target of opening the first tube by 2020.
New timetables for the underground line, which will be the nation's fastest, first start at St Albans station in St Albans at around 10am and run 24/7
The spokesman said: 'Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin yesterday warned the route could be postponed after an engineer said improvements could take a couple of years.
'The schedule that has been put forward now reflects the timetable we have been advised we will achieve.'
The new timetable does not set out what time the final station will be or what route the station is on.
It is the fifth timetable being discussed by TfL and represents a step to move the first two Tube lines further forward - the Southern and Northern lines.
After it opens in 2018 there will be eight years between trains coming and going.
In November a report by the Metropolitan Rail Authority (MRTA) suggested moving Tube trains earlier would help with delays to get service running in a number of major cities, including London and Birmingham.
The report was commissioned by the MP's, Nick Fisher, and the National Audit Office (NAO) and it said 'a few years' before a service could be in place in every capital city would be the best way to deal with the challenge.
The report also included estimates for construction.
It said: 'The MRTA estimate would be that a line like the Eastern line could operate in some cities for 15-20 years.
Tidal capacity on the newly expanded Underground line was initially thought to be four times greater than on the existing Northern line, due to the need to extend the track over an estimated six years.
But the MRA has said this was too optimistic and it now plans to build the additional capacity, and on schedule, in the same time the existing line is open.
On Tuesday TfL also warned of increasing costs in some locations.
At the beginning of the year it estimated the cost of fixing faults for the Line 7 line, and was working to make that number mor
Man shoots himself in seaford siege - reports
The mother of six believed to be the person who shot herself in the mouth in a Sydney suburb says she is grieving over the shooting.
"I'll be in mourning for a long time and this has just completely devastated me, it's just ripped away from me," Ms Gandy told Sky News.
"I cannot imagine how much it was hurting so badly to see. I can't wait to bury him now."
The incident happened on Thursday, March 31, on the edge of the city's town centre, near the intersection with the Princes Highway.
Ms Gandy's daughter, 24-year-old Kate Green, was on the toilet at the time of the incident.
Image caption Kate Green was in a bathroom on the corner of Princes Highway and Northland Street when the shooting occurred
Kate was walking down the toilet when the suspect, who was also 24, was in her direction, she told Australia's 7.30 Network on Tuesday night.
She said the woman fired the fatal shot and then walked away to run away.
Ms Gandy is trying to cope with the loss and has said she will try to move on with her life.
"My mum is just devastated," she said. "She's devastated that she is still living with this terrible loss... but she's getting better."
She said she understood what her daughter was going through and was glad she survived.
Her daughter was a single parent who was in a relationship with her brother, Ms Gandy said.
'He was very much a model citizen and he loved being out for life'
Her daughter's father, Frank Gandy, told the ABC that his daughter's father had become a target for police after making comments about the suspect in some of the comments he had made over the years.
But Mr Gandy said that his daughter was not involved in any violent incidents since her teens, as she was a single parent.
Image caption Ms Gandy, whose son was killed during a police siege on Thursday, said she saw her daughter in her bath as she was doing the toilet
At first he didn't know she was at the bathroom, but soon she went inside and, fearing something was wrong, took a shower, Mr Gandy said.
He did not know that her baby boy, a six-month-old toddler, was present, he said.
"She was a very lovely lady, a nice person, very calm, she didn't have a gun," Mr Gandy said.
'He took his kids outside to play'
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