There will be an opportunity next month to visit the architects working on a new set of designs for London Underground tube stations.
Slightly earlier than expected, the new tube map has been revealed, which has seen a swathe of orange invade the east, and the first section of what will be the future Crossrail come into action.
An old London Underground train has been crashed into a 3 ton tank filled to the top with water -- on purpose.
There could be a fleet of new fully walk through trains on the DLR with air-conditioning in the near future, according to a document published by TfL.
A couple of years ago I was handed a map of the tube as it might appear this coming September. Ever since, there has been some low-level speculation as to how the tube map will be adapted to reflect the impending reality.
Earlier today, with music and free food, Crossrail’s first railway station opened to the public.
Just over 80 years ago, a tube station closed to the public due there being insufficient public interested in using it. Now it could open again, as a tourist attraction.
The Epping Ongar Railway, that doesn’t actually run from Epping has made a step closer to joining up with its namesake. When the Epping to Ongar section of the Central Line was closed down, and later turned into a heritage…
Last year, TfL started a trial of a technology that can tell people how many seats are available on the upper deck of a bus. It ran on just the one bus on route 141 during the trial.
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