A trial of putting parcel lockers for online shopping in TfL car parks and stations is to be substantially expanded.
A few years ago, a father of a 4-year old boy turned to a 3D printer to make some London Underground trains, and now they’re on sale.
We all love a steam train, and while the big beasts make occasional weekend trips through the city, there are a surprisingly large number of miniature steam trains chugging along little railways around parts of London as well.
Provision for electric scooters, bikes and other personal transport vehicles should be incorporated into railway stations and transport interchanges, according to a joint research project
The London Overground, a huge swathe of Orange on the tube map could be broken up into individually named lines, if Sadiq Khan is reelected as Mayor of London next month.
A host of special behind the scenes tours, experiences, and unique rides are up for grabs in a charity auction.
Two of London’s local heritage railways have confirmed that they will be able to reopen, with some limitations, from the middle of May.
Southwark council is to investigate the viability of a tram network as an alternative to the Bakerloo line extension.
Thames Clipper, the River Thames river-bus service has won the contract to run a temporary ferry service while the Hammersmith bridge is closed to traffic.
London’s transport is world-famous for its roundel, but just under a century ago, it nearly became a rabbit – Wilfred the Rabbit.
West Ealing station, which is one stop beyond Ealing Broadway has an entirely new entrance and has gone step-free for the first time.
New double-decker cycle racks have been installed at Liverpool Street station, increasing the capacity for bikes at the station by 25%.
It looks and operates like the rest of the DLR, but the tunnels and tracks between Island Gardens and Lewisham are owned by a private company.
TfL has secured an extension of its emergency funding package for a further 7 weeks.
A load of old signs and equipment from the London Underground will be on discounted sale next week at the London Transport Museum.
The tiny shed of a ticket office at Acton Main Line station has been replaced with a large ticket office and lifts to the platform added to the station.