A radical rebuild of Colindale tube station on the Northern line has been approved by Barnet Council.
A long strip of land next to High Barnet tube station has been earmarked for conversion into a long strip of blocks of flats.
Plans for a pedestrian and cyclist bridge across the Thames linking Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf have been put on hold, due to a shortage of funding.
Transport for London (TfL) has finally awarded a contract to replace the oldest of its DLR trains, although the contract had been due to be awarded last year.
If you're one of those fit people who wear a Fitbit device on your wrist, did you know it can also pay for your train travel?
Native Land and Transport for London (TfL) have unveiled their proposals for the redevelopment of South Kensington tube station.
A planned additional entrance to Stratford tube station next to the Jubilee line has secured additional funding from Newham council.
Transport for London has signed a new 3-year sponsorship deal for it's Baby on Board badges with Mothercare and BABYZEN.
It's the annual Priority Seating Week -- an event that shouldn't need to exist -- to encourage London commuters to offer their seat when they see someone else is in need of it.
Members of the RMT union are to be balloted for possible strike action over pay, in a move that could see as many as 10,000 staff go on strike.
TfL has signed a sale and lease-back deal to sell its fleet of Elizabeth line trains for nearly £1 billion to a consortium comprising Equitix Investment Management, NatWest and SMBC Leasing.
Transport for London (TfL) has published its draft budget for the next financial year 2019/20 which continues the organisation’s progress towards breaking even on the cost of day-to-day operations by 2022/23. The organisation needs to cut costs in the face…
London Underground staff are being issued with new red vests to be worn in stations from next week, so that they are more visible to passengers.
The familiar London Transport style payment for train fares, based on a PAYG model could be expanded to the rest of the South-East of England, under plans announced by the Department for Transport.
Transport for London (TfL) has revealed that it earned more than £150 million in 2017/18 from advertising across its network - a rise of £10 million on the previous year.