April 23 2014 Latest news:
A motorcyclist died yesterday after crashing his bike into the central reservation of the A2 road in Kidbrooke, south east London.
Tube workers plan to stage five days of strike action in the coming weeks as part of a long-running dispute over ticket office closures.
Transport for London office staff have voted to stage strike action in a row over pay and pensions.
Don’t let travel problems ruin your Easter holiday fun and check out our handy guide to all the planned disruption by TfL this weekend.
London bus passengers will no longer be able to pay for their journeys with money as buses in the capital go cash free from July 6.
The RMT has appeared to admit it is thinking of calling another Tube strike in London.
Cycling campaigners have launched a project to lobby all 6,000 London local election candidates to support road safety improvements in every electoral ward.
A cyclist has been killed in Ludgate Circus after a collision with a lorry in the City of London this morning.
Finsbury Park station has been evacuated after a power failure this morning.
An off-duty police officer who leapt on to the tracks at a Tube station to save an injured 11-year-old girl - and stayed with her until paramedics arrived - has spoken of the near-fatal incident.
Planned engineering works on the Tube will disrupt services on the Bakerloo, District, Piccadilly and Jubilee lines and Overground network this weekend - read on for the full details.
An engine blew up on an airliner seconds before it was due to leave London City Airport yesterday, a passenger has revealed.
They may look like the product of power going completely to Boris Johnson’s blonde head - but actually the 101 yellow Boris Bikes you may spy dotted around the capital in the coming months have a completely reasonable explanation.
Transport for London is trialling an interactive touchscreen at a bus stop in Piccadilly Circus to show real-time map and departure data.
The number of people cycling to work in the capital has doubled in the last 10 years but there are far fewer new riders in outer London, according to official figures.