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Ford begins testing Transit Plug-in Hybrids in London ahead of 2019 production

Ford has begun testing of its new Transit Custom Plug-In Hybrid with Transport for London, working with the UK city’s local transit authority to pilot 20 of the new vehicles in use during a 12-month trial with select London businesses for commercial use. Show More Summary

TfL Seeks Views on Development in Camden Town

Transport for London (TfL) has launched a public consultation seeking feedback on proposals to build above a new Camden Town Tube station entrance on Buck Street.

Strikes bring fresh transport chaos to Britain

Industrial action brought fresh disruption for travellers in Britain on Tuesday as rail workers and airline cabin crew walked off the job, the day after a major strike on the London Underground. British Airways was forced to cancel 48...Show More Summary

Mayor Sadiq Khan Condemns London Tube Strike

During his campaign for election last year, Khan promised “zero days” of transport strikes.

London mayor halts orders for Thomas Heatherwick's double-decker buses

Orders for the much-anticipated redesigned double-decker buses that hit the streets of London in 2011 will be discontinued under Mayor Sadiq Khan. In a money-saving gambit, Transport for London (TfL) stopped orders for the New Routemasters...Show More Summary

London rolls out a badge and card for people with hidden disabilities

LONDONFor people with hidden illnesses, London's public transport network isn't always the friendliest place to be But that situation might be about to improve. Transport for London (TfL) has just announced that it is permanentlyShow More Summary

New York, London, Tokyo get sinister, surrealist spin in new photo series

It’s the work of Turkish photographer Murat Germen Good architectural photography is transporting—and for a lot cheaper than the price of a plane ticket. But the best goes beyond documentation and gets us to think critically about the...Show More Summary

Network Rail, London Midland and Transport for West Midlands to improve Sutton Coldfield stations in UK

UK’s Network Rail, London Midland and Transport for West Midlands have announced plans to improve Butlers Lane, Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield and Wylde Green stations on the Cross City line.

Britain's Transport Secretary Doors Cyclist, As Seen In Video

last monthNews : The Two-Way

Days after he said bike lanes can cause "too much of a problem" for London drivers, a video emerges showing Transport Secretary Chris Grayling's car door striking a passing cyclist near Parliament.

UK’s TfL shortlists companies for London Overground rail extension project

The UK's Transport for London (TfL) has announced that Balfour Beatty, Carillion and Volker Fitzpatrick have been shortlisted for building the 4.5km London Overground Barking Riverside rail extension.

All Welcome at TfL Walthamstow Christmas Community Day

Customers and Walthamstow residents are invited to attend Transport for London's (TfL's) Christmas community day, which is being held on Sunday December 18, 2016.

Duchess Of Cambridge Kate Middleton Adorned With Princess Diana Tiara

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has made another appearance in a famed piece of Princess Diana’s past. In London, Thursday, Kate emerged from her royal transport wearing the Cambridge Lover’s Knot Tiara for an annual reception at Buckingham Palace. Show More Summary

CarTube is a fantastic idea for London traffic

CarTube would transport people faster than trains while allowing city to expand greenbelts. Continue reading CarTube is a fantastic idea for London traffic CarTube is a fantastic idea for London traffic originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 08 Dec 2016 09:45:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments

First major work completed for London's new super sewer

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

A year after it first got under way, the first major work for London's Thames Tideway Tunnel "super sewer" project has been completed. A replacement pier at Blackfriars will provide continued access to river transport during work toShow More Summary

All single-decker buses in London will now be emissions free

The buses will be powered by hydrogen fuel cells instead of gas Good news for environmentalists and public transportation advocates: London mayor Sadiq Khan announced today that single-decker buses in the English capital will be emissions-free, beginning, well, right away. Show More Summary

Why some Uber drivers are desperate to be 'employees,' and others are dead against it

LONDON — Uber is battling for its future in London. In October 2016, an employment tribunal ruled the Californian transport company's drivers are workers, not self-employed contractors — and eligible for benefits like the minimum wage, sick pay, rest breaks, and holiday break. Uber strongly disputes the ruling, and is preparing to appeal. Show More Summary

Operation Clearway Makes London Pavements Safer for Pedestrians

As part of London Mayor Sadiq Khan's commitment to making it easier and more enjoyable to walk around London, Transport for London (TfL) has successfully prosecuted Tooting business, JR Halal Butchers, for risking public safety by blocking the pavement.

Proposed Changes to TfL Bus Routes to Improve Reliability and Reduce Congestion

Transport for London (TfL) has launched a consultation on proposed changes to 23 central London bus routes to better match bus services with demand from passengers.

Shadow Minister for Labour Jack Dromey attacks Uber for its 'disreputable' business model

LONDON — In late October, a London employment tribunal made a ruling that could affect half a million Brits' employment status. In a test case involving two London drivers for Californian transportation company Uber, the tribunal ruled...Show More Summary

TfL thinks tracking passenger phones will improve the Tube

The London Underground welcomes 1.34 billion passengers each year, many of whom have their own unique routes of travel. Transport for London wants to know more about these movements to improve the safety, reliability and management of the Tube network, so it's conducting a four-week trial that will track people as they move between stations using their mobile phone.

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