The complete restoration of Night Tube services will allow Londoners and visitors to explore the capital on weekend evenings with shorter journey times, whilst also providing late night travellers with another safe way to return home.
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On International Women's Day 2022, experts from WMCA and TfWM have published 13 key recommendations to make the UK transport network safer for women and girls.
In line with its planned opening in the first half of 2022, Transport for London is set to begin the next phase of Trial Operations on the Elizabeth line, including undertaking evacuations and simulated scenarios.
TfL's new campaign aims to challenge the normalisation and dismissal of sexual harassment as just ‘something that happens’ on public transport and in other public spaces.
The Rail Delivery Group is working with law enforcement to raise awareness of what constitutes sexual harassment, after government research revealed the scale of the problem.
Transport for Wales and the British Transport Police will spend a week of action targeting key areas across Wales where face covering compliance has fallen in recent months.
Virgin Trains and British Transport Police are increasing employee safety by deploying 275 body cameras on frontline staff.
Tyne and Wear Metro has joined a number of rail and light-rail service operators in the UK in equipping some of its staff with body cameras to improve safety and curb anti-social behaviour, following a successful trial in 2017...
British Transport Police (BTP) officers have been successfully patrolling London’s Night Tube since its launch in August 2016. Every Friday and Saturday night the Force deploys extra police officers providing a high visibility presence at key locations on the network. As the BTP’s Inspector Dominique Ioannou and Superintendent Chris Horton…
23 November 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
The British Transport Police Authority has announced the appointment of Esther McVey as its new Chair for a four year term.
28 May 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin announces the appointment of Dyan Crowther as a member of the British Transport Police Authority (BTPA).
15 August 2014 | By The British Transport Police Authority
The British Transport Police Authority can announce the appointment of the new Deputy Chief Constable for the BTP...
11 June 2014 | By Transport for London
In a year when both London Underground and London Buses saw record passenger numbers, new annual crime figures from the Metropolitan Police Service and British Transport Police show that crime on Transport for London’s transport system fell 11.3 per cent...
In our latest free-to-view Safety & Security supplement, fire researchers from the SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden assess the dangers of fires breaking-out on-board buses; James Kelly from the BSIA takes a look at the importance of CCTV in the industry; David Roney from the British Transport Police tells…
Many people, going about their daily business, don’t recognise the different police forces working across the length and breadth of the UK. Forty-three geographic police forces alone police the streets of the cities and counties of England and Wales, not forgetting the recently unified Police Scotland north of the border.…