All Crossrail, and TfL construction sites are being shut-down during the Coronavirus pandemic.
As people are avoiding (in theory) travel and shops, TfL has announced that it will scrap rent on small shops that have space in its stations and railway arches for three months.
TfL has announced sweeping changes to public transport services from tomorrow (Thursday) in response to the Coronavirus crisis.
Regardless of who is the Mayor after the next Mayoral elections, the fares freeze on the railways will come to an end.
If you’ve ever wondered what goes on when the lines are closed at weekends, this is a break-down from TfL of what’s happened in recent months across the rail network.
There will be a tube strike on the Bakerloo line that’s likely to seriously affect the line from Friday though to the end of next Monday.
Plans for to extend the South London tram service down towards Sutton have taken a step further with the publication of the results of a recent consultation.
Sainsbury’s has formally filed a planning application for a development that could cause problems with the Bakerloo line extension.
More information has been released about TfL’s plans to turn a long length of land next to a railway into blocks of flats.
A report has been published that puts forward an argument that contrary to headlines and political posturing, public transport investment is not massively biased towards London.
The Crossrail project is likely to be delayed by as much as three-years from its original opening date, Transport for London’s commissioner Mike Brown has confirmed.
The opening salvo in the forthcoming Mayoral elections has been fired, with Sadiq Khan offering free travel for carers on London transport.