London transport news & analysis
London Transport news & analysis
If you’re reading this on the bus/Tube/train, you may want to put that e-cigarette away right now.
Are London’s iconic blue Boris bikes set to turn red?
Exasperated by the slow crawl into work? Fed-up of traffic fumes? London is grinding to a halt, and as the transport crisis worsens, it is wreaking economic havoc on the capital.
George Osborne is announcing today that the government plans to sell its 40% stake in Eurostar.
A £2.5bn upgrade of some of London’s Tube lines will feature driverless trains.
London is growing, and it is a problem. The ONS predicts that London’s population will hit 10 million in the next 15 years.
Londoners are bracing themselves for the fifth Tube strike this year. Reasons for walk outs have been everything from job cuts, staff treatment and ticket office closures.
The London Underground is one of the capital’s vital organs. Life without it is unthinkable, and over three million people utilise the subterranean trains every day.
London Underground workers are set to go on a 48-hour strike starting 9pm on Tuesday October 14.
London Underground will begin 24-hour Tube services in September 2015, it has been confirmed.
A Piccadilly Line Tube carriage was filled with smoke this morning causing commuters to panic.