London Underground has formally signed a contract with Siemens Mobility to buy 94 new tube trains which will be used on the Piccadilly line.
Deep under the City of London lies the oldest disused tube station in London, and one that's currently a hive of activity.
The cramped maze of tunnels that make up Bank tube station are about to change, as a set of huge new tunnels are being dug next to the Northern line that will transform the amount of space deep underground.
There will be a tube strike all day this coming Friday (5th October), the tube union ASLEF has announced.
Talks between the RMT and TfL to avert a strike on the London Underground this week have ended without agreement.
Northern line customers can interchange between the Bank and Charing Cross branches at Kennington again from today (Mon 17th Sept) following the completion of excavation work as part of the Northern Line Extension.
Nearly a decade after a similar plan was quashed, TfL is making an attempt to give Southwark tube station a second entrance. The plans are for a new entrance on a residential street about half way towards Waterloo station, with…
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Victoria line, and this is its 20 year journey from idea to finished railway.
The night tube launched on 19th August 2016, three years after it was announced by Boris Johnson, and the expected boost to the London economy is now thought to be higher than originally expected.
Remember the Gareth Southgate tube station renaming, and how there was a complaint about how much it cost -- the details have been released.
From later this week, westbound Central line trains wont be stopping at St Paul's tube station during the morning and evening rush hours until next April.
Being nice can be lucrative, if you're London Underground and you join in the World Cup fervor by renaming a tube station for a few days.
We're approaching the Mayoral election season (already?), and the preferential issue of driverless trains on the London Underground has reared its head once more.
A consultation held to show off plans to substantially upgrade Holborn tube station has found, unsurprisingly, widespread support for the plans.
On the 30th June 2003, London Underground introduced the notion of tapping in and tapping out - the Oyster Card had arrived.