March 7 2014 Latest news:
More than 90 per cent of motorists admit it can be hard to see cyclists while driving, a survey of nearly 18,000 of drivers has found.
We’ve all at some point sat grinding our way uphill on a Boris Bike thinking ‘I wish this had a motor’, and now a New York firm is making it a reality.
Staff at a Tube depot in west London are being balloted ahead of potential strike action over the ‘wholesale abuse of agreements and procedures’ say the RMT.
If you’re fed up with high train fares, there’s now a way to get cheaper tickets – take the train with a friend.
Plans to introduce trains capable of driverless operation on to the Tube network have met with anger and incredulity from unions whose members would be affected.
The Blackwall Tunnel has reopened, according to Transport for London, following a serious collision during rush hour this morning between a lorry and a motorbike.
The Blackwall Tunnel is shut this morning after a collision between a lorry and a motorcycle which saw the rider hospitalised.
Building work on Crossrail feels like it has been going on for years – five, to be exact – but there is still more to be done before it opens in 2019. Sophie Morton checked on the progress of the mammoth construction project.
A misguided cyclist ended up on the hard shoulder of the M25 this morning - after placing a little too much trust in a phone app.
Smoke rising through a south London station platform this morning caused alarm amongst rush-hour commuters.
RMT union boss Bob Crow has said £25 bonuses given to Tube staff who volunteered during a recent strike “prove there’s no shortage of money” in Transport for London coffers.
There are delays and cancellations on trains from London King’s Cross to Stevenage after a person was hit by a train at Palmers Green.
Two new passenger poems are being turned into posters as TfL tries to improve travel behaviour on London Underground.
All trains out of London Euston were suspended this evening after a person was hit outside Milton keynes, according to Virgin Trains.
Greater Anglia has finished bottom of a passenger satisfaction survey after just 40 per cent of people said they were happy to recommend its services.