The new two-way protected cycle track will encourage more people in Lewisham to cycle around the borough and across the capital by making it safer for locals to access London's extensive network of cycling routes.
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Accommodating nearly 140,000 Elizabeth line passengers daily, the new station will contribute to an overall station capacity of 225,000 across the Jubilee, Central and Elizabeth lines.
With reduced journey times and increased connectivity, the number of passenger journeys on the Northern Line Extension is predicted to reach up to 10 million trips per year in 2024/25.
For the first instalment of Intelligent Transport’s new and exclusive COVID-19 recovery series, Mark Evers, Chief Customer Officer of Transport for London, discusses the different innovations and services that the authority has established as part of its post-pandemic recovery, as well as why it is important for the industry to…
In the latest issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: what the future of mobility may look like; how e-mobility can drive a more sustainable transport industry forward; and why on-demand and Demand-Responsive Transport should be a key part of urban…
In order to maintain the demand for cycling across London, TfL will be keeping measures introduced during the pandemic on Tooley Street, between Chelsea Bridge and Wandsworth Town Centre, and between Oval and Elephant & Castle.
Following the announcement of Queen Elizabeth II's death on 8 September 2022, the UK transport industry took to social media to share its memories of the 70-year Queen and to extend its condolences for the Royal Family.
The new DLR timetable will mean more frequent services will run for longer in the evening and on weekends, supporting an increase in leisure travel and helping to reduce waiting times across Docklands and east London.
Following on from previous emergency deals, the UK government's latest funding will secure the future of London's transport network, supporting projects with a key focus on modernising and upgrading the network.
In addition to the changes to fares to Heathrow Airport, Oyster card fees have also been increased, helping to ensure that TfL can reach financial sustainability as soon as possible.
The integration of Elizabeth line services will bring a huge range of extra benefits, including reduced journey times, additional capacity, greater accessibility and better connectivity to job opportunities.
Further strikes across the UK public transport industry as a result of pay and job disputes are set to cause significant disruption to passengers, particularly in the capital city.
Following a historic number of hires in 2021, Transport for London is set to launch e-bikes as part of the Santander Cycles scheme to support the scheme’s continued success and financial sustainability.
Meera Nayyar, Head of Open Data, Travel and Environment Data and Statistics at the Department for Transport, discusses the importance of data when designing an efficient and attractive public transport system, as well as the key role that data plays in supporting the delivery of greener transportation and the creation…
Following proposals from Transport for London regarding changes to its night bus services, London TravelWatch has highlighted the negative impact that it will have on users - particularly women, disabled passengers and people of colour.