TfL’s largest residential development so far, over 850 homes along old railway land in Acton has secured planning permission.
Although the majority of people comply with the law regarding wearing a face cover on public transport, TfL is stepping up its enforcement against people who still refuse to wear one without good reason.
A temporary reprieve for cash, as TfL has put on hold plans to stop accepting cash as payment for travel tickets.
The overall cost of London’s public transport costs will rise by 2.6% on 1st March, but that overall number hides big discrepancies in how the fares rise is being implemented.
A plot of land running alongside the DLR in Bow has been earmarked to provide housing under a deal between TfL and the housing association, Optivo.
So far, since the regulations came into effect about wearing a face covering on public transport, 170 people have been prosecuted in court for non-compliance.
Plans by TfL to stop accepting cash payments at its ticket offices and machines could make it very difficult for cash-only buyers to buy tickets.
After fighting off plans to expand the existing congestion charge out to the North and South circular roads, there is now a suggestion that there could be a London-wide charge to drive a car.
TfL has secured a six-month lifeline to keep London’s transport network running until the end of next March.
As part of the works to rebuild the Old Street Roundabout, there will be no entry into Old Street station in the mornings from Monday 2nd November until next summer.
Part of the cost of funding trains and buses could be higher council taxes across London, on top of higher fares and a wider congestion charge.
TfL’s existing funding agreement with the government has been extended to the end of the month while both sides continue to negotiate over a long term funding settlement.
TfL has taken direct control of the Crossrail project away from the arms-length approach that had been in place during the construction of the railway.