June 19 2013 Latest news:
Two teenagers died last night after they were struck by a train near a London commuter station.
London’s cycle hire scheme “risks collapsing into chaos” thanks to underinvestment in staff, according to the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union.
Police today released CCTV images as part of an appeal to trace a man seen threatening to harm fellow passengers on a Victoria line train.
Public demand for the HS2 high-speed rail project has ‘likely been overestimated’ and the £33billion project does not offer good value for money, according to a report.
Expanding Heathrow would be cheaper, quicker and better for the economy than creating a new hub airport, according to a report by the airport’s bosses.
Police have released images of a woman they are hoping to trace in connection with an apparent race rant on an London Overground train. Warning: Video contains extremely strong and offensive language.
Cyclists and those considering getting on two wheels will be able to get inspiration and advice this week, with events taking place throughout London to mark Bike Week.
Heathrow has announced that its new Terminal 2 will be known as The Queen’s Terminal.
A man who tried to steal Tube passengers’ bank card details has been jailed for 14 months after he was caught removing a skimming device from a ticket machine.
Free bus travel for teenagers in London is helping to curb road traffic injuries, according to a new study.
To celebrate 150 years of London Underground LEGO has recreatied five Tube maps which show how the network has evolved over the years.
A man who slapped a woman across the face in an unprovoked assault on the Tube has been sentenced to an 18-month community order.
Bosses at Heathrow say they will provide funding for a community campaign to give a voice to people who are in favour of its expansion.
Experts were being quizzed today by representatives at City Hall over plans to construct a high speed rail link between London and Birmingham.
Overwhelming interest in a fifth Cycle Superhighway in the capital will be satisfied later this year as work to construct a new route out to south east London begins this summer.
Controversial plans for the HS2 high-speed rail project have come under attack in the Court of Appeal.
Four transport projects in London are set to receive a share of a £40 million fund from the Mayor of London allocated for regeneration schemes.
Three retired women who are travelling all the way along every bus route in the capital are starring in a film about the travel pass which helps them achieve it.
A teenager caught with a kitchen knife hidden between his buttocks who “clearly thought he was being cunning” has received a suspended prison sentence over the offence.
New images show the progress being made on the new Crossrail station at Liverpool Street.