As TfL deals with the financial repercussions caused by COVID-19, the Mayor of London has warned that 43,000 jobs across the UK are at risk due to a lack of funding.
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For the second year in a row, the Carbon Disclosure Project has awarded Go-Ahead with an 'A minus' rating for reducing carbon emissions, the highest score of any UK public transport company.
Face coverings to remain mandatory on public transport in London despite national end of restrictions
Despite the end of 'Plan B' restrictions in England, the Mayor of London has announced that wearing a face covering will remain a condition of carriage for Transport for London services.
A new report commissioned by the Mayor of London, which is being called a stark wake-up call for the UK government, outlines the scale of the action required to move London towards a greener future.
In line with its planned opening in the first half of 2022, Transport for London is set to begin the next phase of Trial Operations on the Elizabeth line, including undertaking evacuations and simulated scenarios.
HumanForest has launched a new 'Challenges Scheme' to raise awareness amongst its riders about the wider impact that their cycling is having on the environment, as well as their mental and physical health.
In 2021, Transport for London's bicycle hire scheme recorded a record-breaking over 10.9 million hires across the year, with participation widening among people from ethnic minority communities.
As part of its renewed agreement with Hertfordshire County Council, Metroline has introduced an electric bus on the county's Route PB1.
Despite efforts to encourage the use of active travel and public transport, the Mayor of London has revealed that congestion in the capital is costing the economy £5.1 billion a year.
Ride-hailing app Uber has pledged to make its operations more sustainable by committing to becoming a zero-emission mobility platform by 2030. In this article, Uber tells Intelligent Transport more about how it is working to support its drivers in making the switch to electric vehicles.
Transport for London's Sudbury Hill Tube station has become the 90th London Underground station to become step-free, greatly improving access within the station for customers with reduced mobility.
The entire London Underground network will have mobile coverage from next year, including on all platforms and within all ticket halls as two of the UK’s major mobile operators sign a deal together.
Arriva London’s Rob Hudspith, Commercial Manager, and Philip Gerhardt, Head of Route Performance, sat down with Intelligent Transport to discuss the changes in routing and scheduling technology and how this is supporting a more efficient bus industry, as well as how data is the key to providing more beneficial services…
Due to recent incidents of privately-owned e-scooters and e-unicycles catching fire whilst on Transport for London services, all will be banned on London's transport network from 13 December 2021.