The London Overground is traditionally closed on Boxing Day, but this year, some of it will be running a service.
A second entrance for Hackney Central station to deal with overcrowding is being explored as part of a joint project between the council and Transport for London.
As compensation for the lengthy delays on the Gospel Oak to Barking line, September will be a month of free travel, funded by the train manufacturer.
Nealy a year later than planned, the cramped old ticket hall leading down narrow stairs at West Hampstead station have been replaced with a huge new entrance building and much wider staircases.
The London Overground station at Watford High Street is having to close for upgrade works next month to repair an aging staircase.
A long running campaign to open up a freight railway in West London for passenger use has received a boost from a supportive TfL report into the line.
After oodles of delays, the first of the long awaited electric trains come into service on the Gospel Oak to Barking length of the London Overground this morning.
Although earmarked to be closed, most of London Overground ticket offices are to remain open, after the Mayor of London diverted an additional £5m funding from London’s business rates.
Due to works on the London Overground extension to Barking Riverside, services on the c2c railway lines in the area are going to be hit with several weeks of serious disruption.
In a couple of weeks time, services on the troubled Gospel Oak to Barking section of the London Overground are set to get even worse.
Long mooted plans to create a cross-river rail link across the Thames in East London are being looked at by TfL.
Delays in delivering new trains to London Overground's Gospel Oak to Barking line (GOBLIN) means that travellers will be offered a month's free travel in compensation.
A new footbridge has been opened at West Hampstead Overground station as a late running upgrade slowly progresses.
Ever since the Night Overground service launched last year, it has skipped Whitechapel station - but not from tonight.
The first of a fleet of new trains for the London Overground and TfL Rail routes has been shown off, with USB charging points and a brand new seat moquette.