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.
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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.
Transport for London's Sudbury Hill Tube station has become the 90th London Underground station to become step-free, greatly improving access within the station for customers with reduced mobility.
Ahead of its planned opening in the first half of 2022, TfL has begun the final phase of the Elizabeth line's testing programme to ensure the safety and reliability of the railway for public use.
London Underground’s Waterloo & City line to return to full weekday service following pandemic reductions
Following closure due to the pandemic and then operating a limited service from June 2021, TfL has announced that the Waterloo & City tube line will now return to a full weekday service.
From 27 November 2021, Transport for London's Night Tube services on the Central and Victoria lines will resume service on Fridays and Saturdays.
Londoners will be able to enjoy mobile coverage on the city’s Tube network by the end of 2024, but some of the city’s stations will see work begin very soon.
Lord will make the move to TfL later this year following a 30 year career in the aviation industry.
The biggest test so far of the new signalling system between Hammersmith, Euston Square and Paddington was completed successfully, bringing extra capacity and more frequent services closer...
Londoners are in support of the modernisation of Camden Town Tube station, which would result in more comfortable journeys and step-free access…
5 September 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
An action plan to tackle leaf fall on the Piccadilly line is well underway for the Autumn months, Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed.
30 August 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
London Underground (LU) has awarded Bombardier a contract to supply new motors and traction control equipment for its Central line trains.
Professor Nick Tyler, the Chadwick Professor of Civil Engineering at UCL, tells Eurotransport how the Pedestrian Accessibility Movement & Environment Laboratory (PAMELA) can be used by organisations, like the London Underground, to practically test their theories on accessibility before committing to a huge investment.