A report from the Mayor of London's office has outlined some aspirations for railway upgrades over the next couple of decades, including extending Crossrail and the Tram service.
It’s come a long way since it was raw concrete and sand, and today was a chance for the public to go in and see what their new Elizabeth line station will look like when it opens in a few months time.
Sunday night saw a first, as an Elizabeth line train entered the Crossrail tunnels under its own electric power for the first time.
Open for just four days - and closing on Monday - this is a chance to see one of the more forgotten aspects of railway design, the time when freight got an iconic makeover.
Tickets have been released for the last chance to go on a behind-the-scenes tour of the Crossrail station at Canary Wharf.
Bank branch passengers are warned that there'll be fewer trains and Kennington station will be closed for around four months later this year.
The long running debate about reopening disused tube stations has reared its head again with renewed focus on York Road just to the north of the revamped King's Cross station.
Works to upgrade South Kensington tube station are set to start in the next few months after London Underground was granted planning permission.
Details of this spring's opening of the Transport Museum's Acton depot have been announced, giving people a chance to go into the overflow site which is only open three a year.
The Night Overground services are being extend to Highbury & Islington from next Friday (23rd Feb), also linking the Overground to the Night Tube network on the Victoria line for the first time.
Seven new docking stations are opening today, including the first to open in Brixton town centre.
The recently restored Flying Scotsman will be once again running tours around the UK this summer, giving people a chance to be on the world famous train.