The plans for Battersea Park Road in Nine Elms will work to make it easier and safer to walk and cycle, with the aim to encourage more people out of their private cars.
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Go-Ahead aims to continue its efforts to diversify its workforce by increasing the recruitment of ethnic minorities and people of all age groups, with the company's apprentices ranging from 16 to 65 years old.
TfL's new campaign sets out clear guidance on how its customers can safely intervene if they witness incidents of sexual harassment on its public transport services.
Following the announcement from Active Travel England that new funding is being made available to improve walking and cycling infrastructure in the UK, Duncan Robertson, General Manager for UK & Ireland at Dott, shares his thoughts on how shared electric vehicles contribute to increased general active travel by attracting people…
With over 11.5 million cycle hires having taken place across the year, 2022 has seen the scheme continue to go from strength to strength, with the introduction of a fleet of e-bikes and an expansion of the scheme in Southwark.
With drivers already supported by more than 11,000 electric charging points across London, TfL's new standard will accelerate the transition to cleaner electric vehicles.
London Underground customers will increasingly benefit from mobile coverage in stations and tunnels throughout 2023, with the whole network - as well as the Elizabeth line - to be fully connected by the end of 2024.
With seven new docking stations now available in Southwark, the Santander Cycles scheme's expansion in the borough will enable more Londoners to access bikes across the capital, building on the scheme's continued success.
Tricia Wright, Chief People Officer at Transport for London, details the ways in which TfL is working to make the city’s transport network easier to use for all passengers, and highlights that, though a lot has been done, this work is only the beginning.
Since first being launched in December 2012, more than 2.5 billion TfL bus journeys have been made using pay as you go with a contactless bank card, mobile or smart watch.
TfL has awarded funding across 31 London boroughs with a wide variety of projects, including walking tours for older people, bike maintenance classes for women, as well as cycling and walking sessions for deaf people.
As part of the virtual reality testing, a group of blind and partially sighted individuals will be immersed into a 360 degree environment and will provide feedback on the suitability of three potential e-scooter sounds.
In addition to setting out its path to financial sustainability, TfL's latest Business Plan will focus on delivering key improvements across London's road and rail network, while achieving its climate action targets.
With almost twice as many people now living near a high-quality cycle route in London, TfL's latest data shows that levels of cycling in autumn 2022 was 40 per cent higher than in 2019.
Transport for London's new RoadLab 2.0 challenge will focus on reducing the disruption that roadworks often cause bus services, as well as how data on walking and cycling in London can be better used to plan future works.