HS2 has won a court case which threatened to seriously alter their plans to dig train tunnels to Euston station.
A weekly round-up of London’s rail transport news…
The government has announced that it is making the wearing facemasks on public transport mandatory from Monday 15th June.
HS2 has released the first picture of one the two TBMs that will spend around three years digging the longest and deepest HS2 tunnels – from just inside the M25 to South Heath in Buckinghamshire.
When the lockdown struck, London Underground closed a number of tube stations, but they’re starting to open again.
Last month, a significant achievement took place on the Crossrail project, which is far more important than the headlines make it seem to be.
Commuters from outside London may need to pay more for their fares to fund London transport upgrades, a report into how to pay for the capital’s upgrades has suggested.
East Croydon station could be moving to a new location if plans for a major railway upgrade in the area are approved, and funding found.
The details of the government’s £1.6 billion bailout for Transport for London have been published ahead of a TfL board meeting next week, revealing the smaller print of what’s been agreed.
We’re all supposed to be avoiding rail travel anyway, but you should really avoid London Euston station in the evenings next week, and especially next Thursday.
London Underground is looking for ideas to make use of the heat in its tube tunnels.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced that Andy Byford, who started his career as a trainee on the London Underground, is to be London’s new Transport Commissioner.
Preliminary funding has been secured to increase the number of trains on the Abbey Line – a single track line linking Watford with St Albans.
Last week, TfL Rail completed a migration to running longer trains between Paddington and Reading.
The refurbishment of the tunnels and platforms on the Northern City Line to Moorgate has been completed.
London’s nearest heritage railway, the Epping Ongar, has launched a campaign to save the steam trains from permanent closure.
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