The very first train has travelled on the extension of the Northern Line to Nine Elms and Battersea.
A day early, or several weeks late, depending on your perspective, Custom House DLR has reopened to the public.
The latest edition of tube map is missing something -- an entire line has been omitted from the map -- where is the Elizabeth line?
Great Western Railway (GWR) is releasing 200,000 low(er) cost train tickets for journeys taking place between 21 January 2018 and 28 March 2018.
The paper night tube map has a new cover -- it's third, designed by London-based artist Marianna Simnett which shows a flock of luminous birds falling against a black night sky.
London Bridge station reopened today after ten days of major engineering work, marking the countdown to completion of the £1bn redevelopment after more than five years of work.
2018 will be the year that Crossrail is completed, and the Elizabeth line is born, yet it could have looked ever so different had previous plans been built.
A consultation that could see Oxford Street pedestrianised closes next week.
What could well be the UK's most expensive train trip has been announced, at a mere £44,995 per person -- but that does get you 10 days of luxury in a steam train.
We recently marked the 40th anniversary of the Piccadilly line extension to Heathrow Airport, so here are some photos of its construction.
Plans for a controversial redevelopment in Wathamstow town centre have included an option for a new entrance to the area's main tube station.
Plans for one of the two new tube stations on the Northern line extension have been approved.
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