From 27 November 2021, Transport for London's Night Tube services on the Central and Victoria lines will resume service on Fridays and Saturdays.
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Jane Lupson, Senior Bus Safety Manager at Transport for London, has been pivotal in the development of and culture shift around bus safety in the UK capital city. As her time with TfL comes to an end after 15 years, she sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Leah Hockley to reflect…
By integrating with Google Maps in the UK, TIER Mobility is able to improve passenger access to its e-scooters and promote greener forms of public transport.
Adult pay-as-you-go Tube and rail customers will now benefit from weekly capping on Oyster cards, giving them the best possible fares for all of their journeys made between Monday and Sunday.
As the UK continues to feel the impact of fuel shortages, Dott has announced that it will offer free e-scooter rides in London, providing an environmentally friendly way to get across the city, free from congestion and without causing pollution.
Camden has become the tenth borough to join the TfL rental e-scooter trial, which is working to determine what role e-scooters can play in supporting a sustainable pandemic recovery.
Centre for London has called for the legalisation of e-scooters - both private and shared - and a rollout that is safe, affordable and accessible to all.
The world-famous tube map first penned by Harry Beck back in 1933 has got its latest reiteration some 90 years later as the Northern Line Extension gears up for its opening.
At an event on 15 September 2021, HumanForest officially launched its new fleet of 800 zero emission, fully electric bikes that will operate in London.
Ireland’s Deputy Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar TD, has highlighted the key role that Irish businesses are playing in achieving sustainable transport commitments in the UK.
The first tube extension of this century is close to completion, with services on the Northern Line extension to begin operation in September 2021.
More needs to be done to improve London’s air quality, according to City Hall, though some believe the extension of the city’s ULEZ is not enough.
The trial area has now been expanded to include Westminster, meaning that e-scooters can be hired and used in a wider area of central and inner London.