Imagine a future where you don't need to buy a ticket to catch the train, where there aren't any ticket barriers to pass through, and a simple wave of the hand is all it takes to pay.
Next month there's a change for students and young people interested in railway careers to get a look behind the scenes at some of the industry's sites.
When it opens next year, the Elizabeth line's station at Liverpool Street will be so long that it creates an entirely new link to the Northern line that was never possible before.
To mark the completion of laying railway tracks right through the entire Crossrail tunnels, a lovely video fly through has been released.
A trial by TfL to track the movements of people by logging Wi-Fi identities has revealed some very curious journey patterns on the tube network.
In a talk at the British Library, Simon Jenkins tells the stories behind the development, triumphs and follies of that great British institution: the railway station.
TfL has launched its own official smartphone app, for checking Oyster card balances.
Later this month there will be an occasional open weekend at the Transport Museum's overflow depot at Acton.