Look out on the Central line — an upgraded train has started final tests
If you see a Central line train pass through a station without stopping, try to get a look inside, as it could be an upgraded train out on final tests before it carries passengers.
TfL’s financial performance triggers ratings upgrade but warnings about future transport upgrades
Transport for London's finances gained a vote of confidence today after one of the debt ratings agencies upgraded the quality of TfL debt.
Google Street View is coming to London Underground stations
You'll soon be able to use Google's street view to remotely wander around several major tube stations just as you can the streets of London.
Musicians to be given busking pitches in Elizabeth line stations
Musicians will be able to apply for busking spaces in Elizabeth line stations, as Transport for London (TfL) will be reopening its music audition process for the first time since before the pandemic.
Kilburn Mews railway arches to be refurbished
Places for London – the Transport for London (TfL) property company - has secured planning permission to improve 11 railway arches it manages along Kilburn Mews.
Jools Holland will be making London Underground station announcements tomorrow
Listen carefully on your commute on Thursday as you might hear Jools Holland on the tannoy.
Balfour Beatty awarded £43 million contract to upgrade London Underground’s Piccadilly line
Balfour Beatty has been awarded a contract worth around £43 million by Transport for London (TfL) to deliver upgrade works on the Piccadilly line.
London’s Day Travelcard saved from extinction: New deal secures its future
The Day Travelcard, which offers visitors to the Capital unlimited travel on TfL services and National Rail services within London, won't be scrapped after a deal was secured to keep it.
TfL considering London Overground extension to London Bridge
Transport for London (TfL) is considering extending the London Overground to run into London Bridge station to replace capacity lost when Southern cut services in south London.
Third of tube stations now using brighter lights that consume 60% less electricity
An ongoing project to migrate London Underground's station lights to lower-energy LEDs has seen around a third of the stations converted to the new lighting systems, brightening stations while lowering energy costs.
Midweek commuter surge sees Elizabeth line have its busiest day yet
The Elizabeth line recorded its busiest day yet last month, when it saw 738,000 journeys made in a single day - compared to the usual average of just over 600,000 journeys.
TfL left to pick up costs after government rejects inflation linked funding support
Another hole has appeared in TfL's finances, as the government has decided not to provide the expected financial support to cope with the effect of high inflation on TfL's costs.
Umbrellas on the move: TfL’s Lost Property Office finds a permanent home in West Ham
Thousands of umbrellas are on the move, as Transport for London’s (TfL) Lost Property Office has moved for the second time in recent years to a permanent home next to West Ham bus garage.
Google Maps partners with TfL to prioritize safer cycling routes in London
Google Maps will soon start to prioritise safer, quieter roads when giving cycling instructions for journeys within London -- thanks to an information sharing partnership with Transport for London (TfL).
TfL rebrands its property division as Places for London
Transport for London (TfL) has renamed its property arm, which has been temporarily known as TTL Properties, to the easier to remember Places for London -- which just happens to abbreviate to PfL.
Morden tube station wins TfL’s annual best garden award
Morden tube station's disused platform garden has been judged the best in the annual "In Bloom" competition for the best garden on the Transport for London (TfL) network.
Tube trains are now departing from ‘Burberry Street’ station for London Fashion Week
For the next few days, you can catch a London Underground or Elizabeth line train from Burberry Street tube station.
Parts of Piccadilly and District lines are closing early on Friday
Transport for London (TfL) is advising customers using the Piccadilly and District lines that the western branches will be closing from 8:30pm this Friday, and will be closed for most of the weekend for engineering works.
London Underground expands mobile phone coverage and confirms Elizabeth line coming soon
More of the London Underground has mobile phone coverage after it was switched on in the Central line between Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road, and which areas will get coverage next have been announced.
London’s Transport nearly back to pre-pandemic levels as bus and tube record busiest August Bank Holiday
New figures from Transport for London (TfL) show the busiest August Bank Holiday for bus journeys and tube journeys since the pandemic.
London Underground ticket barriers get Lionesses football makeover
London Underground has joined in the growing excitement over this weekend's football World Cup final, with special messages on some of their ticket barriers.
TfL completes Blackhorse Road station housing development
Transport for London (TfL) says that it has completed a new block of flats that was built on the old car park opposite Blackhorse Road station in northeast London.
A 10-day closure of part of the DLR starts next Saturday
Part of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) will be closed for just over a week later this month due to track replacement work.
Off-peak travel on London’s transport exceeding pre-pandemic levels
Transport for London (TfL) says that its off-peak travel has recovered to pre-pandemic levels and exceeded them at times, although commuter traffic is still down on pre-pandemic levels.