In order to prevent the spread of the new COVID-19 variant in the UK, Transport for London is reminding passengers that, in line with new UK government regulations, face coverings are once again required to be worn on all public transport.
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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.
Transport for London and partners have published a Vision Zero progress report, identifying the updated measures necessary to eliminate death and injury from London's roads by 2041.
Transport for London has launched a public consultation to their customers to shape the future of step-free access priorities and improvements on the London Underground network.
“It’s my job to get what they’ve been promised”: An interview with the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham
The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin to discuss whether the region’s public transport network is fit for purpose and to outline what needs to be done to 'level up' the network.
Following the expansion of London's Ultra Low Emission zone in late October 2021, the capital city's three e-scooter operators have experienced up to a 30 per cent increase in new riders.
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.
Matthew Pencharz, Head of Policy for UK, Ireland & the Netherlands at Voi Technology, considers the precedence that has been set across the globe for car parking spaces, and discusses how challenging this status quo in favour of micro-mobility and public transport can deliver a range of social and environmental…
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.
Intelligent Transport’s Assistant Editor, Joshua Minchin, considers the impact of the UK fuel crisis on the public perception of public transport and assesses the possibility of the crisis becoming a turning point when it comes to public transport usage.
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.
‘Road to Renewables’ electric bus tour celebrating sustainable transport and energy projects ahead of COP26
The 'Road to Renewables' electric bus is driving from London to Glasgow ahead of COP26, stopping along the way at multiple destinations to highlight various projects that are driving the transition to net zero in the UK.
By expanding the Ultra Low Emission Zone, which is now 18 times the size of the original central London zone, the Mayor of London hopes to significantly improve air quality and Londoners' health.
Intelligent Transport's Deputy Editor, Leah Hockley, sat down with the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to discuss London's efforts to deliver sustainable public transport and why it is of such importance to make this shift to zero emission vehicles in the face of rising temperatures and poor air quality.
From 27 November 2021, Transport for London's Night Tube services on the Central and Victoria lines will resume service on Fridays and Saturdays.