London transport news & analysis
London Transport news & analysis
Over 500 track patrol staff will go on a 24-hour strike from 6:30am on Friday.
Did you know that Uber has completed 20,000,000 rides in London, the equivalent to 194 trips to the moon and back?
London has risen the most
Boris targets cycle infrastructure overhaul before departure from City Hall
This weekend’s Tube strike is now off, RMT says
The official guidance for those wishing to get around London on the weekend
RMT cites “anarchy and uncertainty” among members over “lethal” changes to track access
He’s wants to put an end to the “soul destroying struggle” aspect of commuting
After being held at a red signal for so long, the Night Tube could be about to roar into life
The number of cyclists using central London roads will soon overtake the number of car drivers, according to Transport for London.
Exclusive: Lib Dem mayoral candidate Caroline Pidgeon says Osborne bypassed rules to secure Garden Bridge funding
“Lots of things don’t add up,” Pidgeon says
First Tube Strike of 2016 is bearing down on the capital
Drum kits, cash, and 150 phones a day were handed in over 2015
Police and ambulance called to the scene
Can Amer Hasan’s taxi app hit £100m in revenue by 2020?
Look out! Autonomous cars about
Rumours of staff walkout as shortage of drivers and smaller trains blamed for late night travel pandemonium
Passengers faced delays up to two hours
Fraught late night underground service still held at red light
But industrial action in February is still on, the union says
Number of traffic lights has increased by a quarter since 2000
Look away David Cameron…
A Chinese conglomerate is planning to buy London City Airport for a whopping £2bn.
Hurray! Planned Tube strikes by train drivers on the London Underground are set to be suspended after progress has been made in talks over pay and Night Tube disputes.
RMT union blasts “poisonous cocktail of cuts and overcrowding” for huge rise in injuries
TfL had not considered full impact of closure to repair lifts
“Boris must be held responsible for pushing us to strike action,” says TSSA boss
Fingers crossed Londoners, transport unions are in talks with London Underground to avert Tube strikes
Londoners, cross your fingers and toes for the Transport unions and London Underground are holding talks today to avert a barrage of Tube strikes to be held in the next few weeks.
The MP is set to have a very happy birthday
Station supervisor’s salary: £50,000 - £54,999
Tesla’s Elon Musk says Apple’s entry to electric car world would expand the industry
Workers to strike on January 26, February 15 and February 17
“Our pay offer is extremely fair,” insists London Underground