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TfL has, just in time for the launch, released its latest tube map which now includes the Elizabeth line, along with a new sponsor and the London Overground extension.
Staff at two tube stations, Euston and Green Park will go on strike on Friday 3rd June 2022, citing allegations of bullying behaviour by management.
Although a lot of CO2 emitting concrete was used in building the Elizabeth line, it could be carbon negative in as little as a decade, according to Crossrail legacy estimates.
Earlier today The Queen paid a visit to Paddington station to officially open the Elizabeth line ahead of its opening to the public next Tuesday.
This time next week, people will be commuting to work on the Elizabeth line for the first time, but what did it take to get the railway built?
The Night Tube service will resume on the Jubilee line this coming Saturday (21st May), although there will be fewer trains per hour than planned due to RMT strike action.
The Bank branch of the Northern line, which has been closed for the past 17 weeks has reopened and shown off the huge new platforms that have been constructed.
Over 230 mainline rail stations around London are to be brought into Transport for London's contactless payments system over the next couple of years, under an agreement with the Department for Transport (DfT).
The Office of Rail and Road, the railway regulator, has formally authorised the Elizabeth line (nee Crossrail) to open on Tuesday 24th May.
Look out for a limited edition Oyster Card appearing in tube stations ahead of the Elizabeth line's grand opening in a couple of weeks time.
Plans for a major redevelopment of Norwood Junction station in south London are being reviewed in light of lower post-pandemic passenger numbers and the cost of the project.
The debt ratings agency, Moody's has lowered TfL's debt ratings, with Moody's citing weaker economic growth and higher inflation which is hindering the recovery of passenger growth.
For a few years, London had an experimental fleet of buses that dragged a trailer behind them burning a unique type of gas, made from burning coal.
TfL is inviting construction companies to apply for work on the upgrade of the Elephant & Castle tube station, which will involve a new station entrance for the Northern line, with provision for the Bakerloo line in the future.
In preparation for your first trip on the Elizabeth line, you need to ensure you're appropriately accessorised with a range of Elizabeth line souvenirs.
The closed bank branch of the Northern line will reopen to passengers from Monday 16th May, TfL has confirmed.
As they had threatened to do, the RMT union has expanded its ongoing Night Tube strikes to include the Jubilee line.
A new signalling system has been commissioned over the bank holiday, promising Great Northern rail passengers at 30 stations much more reliable journeys on the route to Moorgate in the City of London.
The Crossrail project is completed - and the Elizabeth line will open to the public in a couple of weeks time on Tues 2...
London 2012 not only marked the arrival of the Olympics, it was also the year that a disused railway on the edges of London reopened, and their 10th-anniversary party will take place this coming June.