As part of their bi-monthly meetings, TfL releases details about upgrades to the services it manages, often offering insights into otherwise unreported events.
The long running saga of an upgrade for the overcrowded South Kensington tube station has taken a step forward.
White badges informing commuters that a lady has a baby on board are being joined by blue badges to indicate a hidden disability.
TfL, and the Mayor have outlined plans for the phase of development of London's transport, focusing on cost cutting and investments in street services.
The arrival of the Elizabeth Line (nee, Crossrail) in a couple of years time will see more changes to central London -- as buses services are to be cut.
Today marks the second anniversary of the latest in a long line of payment revolutions on London's Transport, but this is one that snuck out with an almost overlooked level of publicity.
The bi-monthly board meeting papers have been published on the TfL website ahead of their meeting next week, and a few interesting snippets have emerged.
Later this month, two bus routes in London will get onboard digital displays that look rather like tube maps.
The long running plans to upgrade South Kensington tube station took another step forward after BuckleyGrayYeoman was appointed by TfL to carry out a major upgrade of the station.
Around 50 pedestrian traffic signals around Trafalgar Square have had their 'walk' image replaced with new diversity images as part of the celebrations for Gay Pride this coming weekend.
If you look at any map of a city, the dominating feature isn't the buildings, but the roads. It is their lines snaking around the city that mark out its regions and create the familiar boundaries we use to navigate.
The upgrade, which will cost £563 million will see the capacity of the tube station increased by 40%, and two news travolators added to speed transfers between the Central and Northern lines.
This year's free travel on London transport over the night of New Year's Eve is being sponsored by a company that wants you to leave London
London Underground has confirmed that plans are in place to start construction work on the extension of the Metropolitan line next year, with the aim of completing the new link in 2020.
Transport for London (TfL) has shown off the latest images of designs for the new Crossrail trains.
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