London transport news & analysis
London Transport news & analysis
More people commute by bike in London than in any other city, according to data from ride-logging app Strava
Europe’s busiest shopping street is also the world’s most polluted
The difference between the highest and lowest is stark
Uber issues fare rise warning
London beat Manchester and Edinburgh, but withdrew at last minute. Race now set to begin in Germany
TfL confirms new transport commissioner
Seven contracts up for grabs
As if it’s not hard enough to get to work
Cycle Superhighways could be key to avoiding transport turmoil. Nick Brown, MD of havebike, explains
Strike will hit Waterloo and City Line on Monday
VW faces fines of up to £18bn
More controversy around the Night Tube service
We all complained about the unbearable heat on public transport in the capital this summer.
Goodbye classic topographical plan, hello precise diagram
Tube strikes are actually good for the economy – we never thought “good” and “Tube strikes” could ever be used in the same sentence.
Tube drivers take an average of 14 days sick leave a year, according to a Freedom of Information request by ITV.
Paying a bomb for a ticket, not getting a seat, and crouching in corners to avoid smelly armpits – this is the harsh reality of daily train commutes.
14 hospitalised after escape using inflatable slides
Airports commission is pulling wool over nation’s eyes, claims mayor
As if we haven’t forked out enough for train tickets