I’ve just been told Bob Crow has died and I can hardly believe it. He was a London landmark. The trademark cap. The signature scowl, always hammed up for effect. He seemed immoveable. Indestructible. When I worked for Transport for London he was a constant thorn in our side, and occasionally a thorn in the [...]
Transport for London have announced they are seeking a supplier for 250 new automated Underground trains, in a contract worth £16 billion. The trains, which will not require a driver, are planned to run on the Piccadilly, Central, Bakerloo and Waterloo & City Lines. Show More Summary
State transportation planners are visiting Bridgeport, New London and Hartford this week to get public opinion for the TransformCT long-range strategic guide.
Plans for London's proposed Garden Bridge are beginning to flourish following the recent confirmation that the UK government and Transport for London (TfL) will each commit £30 million (US$50 million) of funding to the project. Conceived...Show More Summary
London Underground's Covent Garden station is set to receive four new lifts, as part of Transport for London's (TfL) efforts to increase capacity at the station by 25%.
Bombardier Transportation announced Feb. 19 that it has signed a contract with Transport for London for the provision of new trains, a depot and maintenance services for the flagship London Crossrail project
Double decker Routemaster buses are as iconic to London as the old estate cabs, but they might not be on the roads for much longer. Transport for London (TFL) wants to scrap one of the last two routes serviced by the historic buses and replace them with modern,
Last night the winner of the Serco Prize for Illustration was announced at the London Transport Museum. The theme of the poster competition was 'London Stories' and the winning entry, above by Gill Bradley, will be displayed on the Underground while it and another 49 will feature in an exhibition which opens tomorrow...
Everyone is equal for this particular fashion show at London's Tate Museum.
The Transport for London (TfL) and The Department for Transport (DfT) have selected Bombardier Transportation to deliver new rolling stock and a new depot for the Crossrail project.
The intention to award a contract to deliver rolling stock and a new depot for Crossrail with a capital value of around £1 billion to Bombardier has been announced today (6 February 2014) by Transport for London (TfL) and The Department for Transport (DfT). The contract between TfL and Bombardier covers the supply, delivery and […]
CHALLENGE: This international competition challenges participants is to design a temporary, freestanding, transportable and contemporary showcase Pavilion to be installed in the Museum Gardens in summer of 2015. The theme for the 2015 Triumph Pavilion is the “Sky”, hence the Pavilion will be entitled “Sky Pavilion”. Show More Summary
Cubic Transportation Systems was recognized for making life easier for Sussex commuters on the London to Brighton route.
Laing O'Rourke has received a £22m contract from the Transport for London (TfL) to remodel Willesden Junction that serves London Overground services.
A Christian organization in London is calling foul after the city's transportation network Transport for London (TfL) refused to display the group's controversial ad. The group says the Mayor Boris Johnson,... Read Full Post
London Underground’s Victoria Tube line has reopened today morning after engineers of Transport for London (TfL) fixed a cement concrete leakage.
Bombardier Transportation and London Underground (LU) have agreed to re-let the signalling contract for the Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines.
Two pure electric BYD ebuses were handed over to Transport for London Dec. 18 in a ceremony involving the mayor of London's environment spokesman, operator Go-Ahead and BYD.
LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. activist investor Sandell Asset Management demanded British transport operator FirstGroup split off its U.S. business, owner of the yellow school buses that operate across the country, to invest in its domestic arm.
LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. activist shareholder Sandell Asset Management went public on Wednesday with a demand for British transport operator FirstGroup to split off its U.S. business to invest in its domestic arm.