Marking a historic change, the major update to London’s Tube map will make it easier for customers to navigate the city's Overground network.
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Now extended to May 2026, Arriva Rail London will continue to operate the London Overground and will work in partnership with TfL to provide more frequent services, new trains and improved interchanges.
Tricia Wright, Chief People Officer at Transport for London, details the ways in which TfL is working to make the city’s transport network easier to use for all passengers, and highlights that, though a lot has been done, this work is only the beginning.
For the first instalment of Intelligent Transport’s new and exclusive COVID-19 recovery series, Mark Evers, Chief Customer Officer of Transport for London, discusses the different innovations and services that the authority has established as part of its post-pandemic recovery, as well as why it is important for the industry to…
Further strikes across the UK public transport industry as a result of pay and job disputes are set to cause significant disruption to passengers, particularly in the capital city.
Network Rail and Transport for London workers are set to go on strike under the RMT and Unite unions, with services expected to be impacted from the beginning of service on 21 June through to 26 June 2022.
Transport for London has announced that Night Overground services will be returning in December 2021, linking key areas of the city’s night-time economy in time for London’s festive celebrations.