A weekly round-up of London’s rail transport news…
A train driver simulator is about to be upgraded and will include the Bakerloo line so you can pretend to be a tube train driver at home.
Plans to build flats on the car park at Stanmore station have been amended to keep most of the car park and add step-free access to the tube station.
The first of South Western Railway’s (SWR) fleet of new suburban trains has arrived on the network ahead of a full programme of testing beginning next month.
Transport for London has announced that upgrade works are to resume at its sites as the lockdown regulations are relaxed.
The government has announced that it is making the wearing facemasks on public transport mandatory from Monday 15th June.
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.