The UK government has granted Transport for London an additional emergency funding settlement extension as discussions regarding a longer term agreement continue.
List view / Grid view
Centre for London
In addition to reducing ticket prices by more than a third, the new Elizabeth line will cut journey times in half - connecting local communities to the centre of London quicker than ever before.
Following two short-term extensions to the existing funding settlement in February 2022, the UK government and City Hall have agreed on a further four-month extension for Transport for London's funding settlement.
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.
Despite efforts to encourage the use of active travel and public transport, the Mayor of London has revealed that congestion in the capital is costing the economy £5.1 billion a year.
From 27 November 2021, Transport for London's Night Tube services on the Central and Victoria lines will resume service on Fridays and Saturdays.
Centre for London has called for the legalisation of e-scooters - both private and shared - and a rollout that is safe, affordable and accessible to all.
Is micromobility the solution to getting people back on public transport in London? Josh Cottell, Research Manager at Centre for London, investigates...
More needs to be done to improve London’s air quality, according to City Hall, though some believe the extension of the city’s ULEZ is not enough.
The polling was commissioned by Centre for London to explore Londoners’ changing attitudes to travel during the COVID-19 crisis, and the potential impacts on the city’s transport network once lockdown is over.
The Centre for London report claims that parking spaces in London should be redesigned so that EVs, cycling, walking and green spaces are prioritised.
City developments and population change affect the infrastructure and transport planning of the future. Erica Belcher, Researcher at Centre for London, explains how mobility in London is experiencing this change and will continue to do so in the future.
London has been introducing road charges for more than 15 years in a bid to reduce congestion and air pollution, but could they all be rolled into one smart app? We spoke exclusively to Silviya Barrett from Centre for London who explained how one easy to use application can solve…
Amy Leppanen from Centre for London, highlights how failing to manage electric vehicles could inadvertently promote congestion and pollution, not reduce it…