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.
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TfL’s new cycle lane in Aldgate connects two major existing cycleways and will allow all East Londoners to cycle more safely and confidently – helping London move towards a zero fatality, zero carbon roads system.
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 Zero Emission Buses Regional Area scheme has awarded 12 local transport authorities with a portion of £198.3 million to purchase zero-emission buses, which will equate to 943 alternative power buses being rolled-out on England's roads.
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…
TfL's new Bus Action Plan identifies five key areas that can, in the long term, support the modernisation of London's bus network, including customer experience, safety & security and decarbonisation.
Tom Cunnington, Head of Buses Business Development at Transport for London, discusses TfL’s efforts to support the decarbonisation of public transport through the adoption of electric and hydrogen fuel cell buses with the aim to operate a fully zero-emission bus fleet by 2034.
As part of continued efforts to further tackle pollution, carbon emissions and congestion in the city, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced plans for a city-wide expansion of the Ultra Low Emission Zone.
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.
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.
Following the last of the major COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in the UK, TfL has reported that Tube and bus ridership is now regularly around 60 per cent and 50 per cent, respectively, of pre-pandemic levels.
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.
TfL's new Route 63 buses feature a wide range of passenger-focused improvements and are completely zero-emission, offering passengers an ultra-modern and sustainable transport option.