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…
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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.
In this issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: the importance of ensuring an optimum payment experience for public transport users; how MaaS will bring systematic change to mobility; and why the passenger must be prioritised in all decision-making.
The UK government has granted Transport for London an additional emergency funding settlement extension as discussions regarding a longer term agreement continue.
Andrew Anderson, Transport for London’s Head of Transformation Portfolio: Payments, considers how far the Oyster card has come in its 19 years of operation and discusses why the future of flexible and convenient ticketing will be driven by contactless Pay As You Go payments.
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.
As part of a dispute over pensions, jobs and conditions, London Underground workers have gone on strike under the RMT Union, with services set to be impacted from the beginning of service on 6 June 2022.
The final stages of work at Bank station will be completed by the end of 2022, with work continuing on step-free access to the Northern line, a new station entrance and two new moving walkways.
As off-peak leisure travel increases as the capital emerges from the pandemic, the return of TfL’s Night Tube services will support London’s night-time economy and provide night workers with a safe, affordable and quick form of transport.
The Ticketing & Payments In-Depth Focus in Intelligent Transport Issue 1 2022 features articles discussing how new and improved ticketing and payments systems - particularly contactless Pay As You Go and Account-Based Ticketing systems - are making the public transport journey simpler and more affordable for passengers.
In this issue of Intelligent Transport, the first for 2022, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: the importance of improving gender diversity within the public transport industry's workforce; how new and improved ticketing systems are making travel easier and more affordable; and why the…
In order to enhance safety and improve the service provided to passengers, Metro de Madrid will use government investment to upgrade escalators, the Fire Protection Systems and the Centralised Traffic Control.
Following the UK government’s decision to lift all COVID-19 restrictions, face coverings will no longer be required on Transport for London services from 24 February 2022, though TfL will continue to strongly recommend their use.
As the future of Transport for London's longer term funding settlement remains uncertain, Sadiq Khan has announced a RPI+1 increase for London fares as part of efforts to ensure that TfL can reach financial sustainability by April 2023.
As the Elizabeth line enters the final stages of Trial Operations ahead of its early 2022 opening, the Canary Wharf station has now been transferred from Crossrail to TfL.