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.
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As part of an expansion of their partnership, TIER's micro-mobility vehicles are now available through Google Maps in over 200 more cities worldwide, including locations in Israel and Ireland for the first time.
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.
The 12 week consultation will give members of the public, local authorities and community groups with the opportunity to provide constructive feedback on how everyday cycling in Scotland can be best increased.
National Express' Young Persons Coachcard will continue to save a third off all standard and fully flexible fares for people aged 16-26, helping to reduce the pressure of the cost-of-living-crisis.
In addition to benefitting the environment, First Bus' data reveals that 35 per cent of Londoners feel that bus travel has helped with their mental health more than other modes of transport.
For Car Free Day 2022, TIER releases new data revealing that two-thirds of Londoners feel there are too many cars on the road and launches a new partnership to help tackle the barriers to the adoption of micro-mobility.
Millions of people across Northern England at risk of transport-related social exclusion, says new TfN report
Transport for the North's research reveals how a poorly connected transport system in the North of England can significantly impact people's everyday life and cause transport-related social exclusion.
Go-Ahead's new PickMeUp demand-responsive bus service aims to encourage commuters across High Wycombe to leave their cars at home by picking them up and dropping them off at requested 'virtual bus stops'.
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…
With over 21 million free journeys having been made since January 2022, the Scottish government's new marketing campaign will encourage more young people under the age of 22 to make use of free bus travel.
In order to mark World Car Free Day 2022, Beryl will be offering its users with free riding time on its micro-mobility services to encourage people to re-think their transport habits and adopt more sustainable modes of mobility.
This latest roll-out will allow low-income users in Adelaide, Ballarat, Canberra, Townsville and Ottawa to also benefit from Neuron's e-scooter and e-bike services at a fraction of the cost.
In order to maintain and promote bus ridership, Transdev will continue to offer Lancashire's residents with its £1 after 19:00 single journey fare, along with a series of fare reductions across West Yorkshire and Greater Manchester.