Like many people I get an email from TfL each month letting me know my Oyster card will expire soon and I need to go to their website to renew it. If only it was that simple.
The digital screens you see in stations with travel alerts are getting a refresh as TfL has started a trial of a new design.
In a meeting with Transport for London earlier today, Crossrail confirmed that it remains on track to open the Elizabeth line within the October 2020 to March 2021 window previously identified, but warned that there is still uncertainty about the opening date.
The famous art-deco former headquarters for London Transport, 55 Broadway has been sold on a long leasehold agreement.
The famous repository of forgotten umbrellas and teddy bears, the Lost Property office is moving home after nearly 90 years in its current home.
A fleet of old London trains are to be stored on a former football stadium car park – ahead of being scrapped.
A radical rebuild of Colindale tube station on the Northern line has been approved by Barnet Council.
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.
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.
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.