Twenty one coffins will be laid outside the headquarters of TfL in a protest by campaign group Stop Killing Cyclists on Friday, to symbolise the deaths of riders on London’s road in the past two years.
Commuters using the London Overground, TfL Rail, Abellio Greater Anglia trains or the Stansted Express may be delayed by ‘up to 30 minutes’ between 7am and 10am due to ‘signal problems’ at Liverpool Street station, National Rail said.
As a strike by Docklands Light Railway (DLR) workers has closed the entire line for two days, east Londoners are taking alternative modes of transport to work - and tweeting their humorous (and sometimes angry) reactions.
Travelling between Christmas and New Year 2015 just got harder. There are planned railworks on lines in and out of King’s Cross, Charing Cross, Gatwick Airport and Heathrow Airport, as well as on several Tube lines and TFL Rail routes.
London24 has exclusively learned that a public consultation to ban all traffic except buses from the notoriously dangerous junction at Bank, where cyclist Ying Tao, 26, was crushed to death by an HGV in June, will be launched next month.
Delays and even cancellations are expected ‘until 10am’ on trains and London Overground services into Liverpool Street which run via Seven Sisters and Cheshunt/Enfield Town, due to ‘emergency engineering works’ at Hackney Downs.
Reportedly the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday will see shoppers stock up on Christmas gifts and electrical goods at a reduced price ahead of the festive season. Here we share the discounts on offer at Great British Life available 27 - 30 November 2015