London is the first city in the world to collect data on cycling infrastructure, such as parking spots and protected lanes, on such a large scale.
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TfL has made more than £500,000 available to enable 60 groups across the capital help to encourage Londoners of all backgrounds to walk and cycle.
4G will be available as soon as March 2020 on the UK's largest and most high-profile mobile 'not-spots' as TfL invests in better connectivity across the network.
Lord will make the move to TfL later this year following a 30 year career in the aviation industry.
Are you planning to drive into the centre of London on the 22 September? You'd better rearrange - Sadiq Khan plans to have a car-free day to clean up London's toxic air.
From 2023 the DLR will welcome new rolling stock which will have real-time travel information, air conditioning, mobile device charging points and dedicated wheelchair spaces.
Following the signing of a manifesto at 2018’s Polis Conference to speed up the rollout of intelligent speed assistance (ISA), Edwin Mermans, Tamara Goldsteen and Gert Blom – all members of the ISA Working Group – reflect on the need to rapidly deploy the technology.
We asked the opinions of transport leaders from Europe and the U.S. to find out how public transport is changing, what form it is taking and what the new responsibilities of public and private organisations are likely to be.
Small, on-demand buses will operate over an area in Sutton guaranteeing customers a seat, USB charging and free WiFi in a bid to reduce private car ownership.
The sheer number of m-tickets processed by the leading UK provider shows accelerating appetite for smarter digital ticketing, both in the UK and overseas.
Despite delay, eight electric trains have been brought into service on the London Overground; the walk-through, air-conditioned trains with USB points and real-time information screens will increase capacity.
Our guest for Episode 2 of the Intelligent Transport Podcast is Simon Reed – Head of Technology and Data for Surface Transport at Transport for London.
Since launching, the ULEZ has seen significant increase in vehicle compliance, as the number of older, more polluting non-compliant vehicles has reduced by 9,400 on an average day.
Twenty zero-emission, hydrogen-fuelled double-decker buses will arrive in London next year as TfL invests in reducing the toxicity of the city's air.
London needs a more sophisticated approach to road-user charging which reflects the true impact of individual vehicle journeys, according to a new report by Centre for London.