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New Timetable Launched to Improve Services on the TfL Tram Network

Transport for London customers will experience a more regular service with reduced waiting times from Sunday February 25, as TfL introduces a revised timetable designed to improve services across the whole London Trams network.

Uber faces tougher rules in London (if its license is renewed) - CNET

The city's transport regulator is overhauling laws for private hire vehicles to bring them in line with new technologies.

Uber faces tougher rules in London (if its license is renewed) - CNET

The city's transport regulator is overhauling laws for private hire vehicles to bring them in line with new technologies.

London thinks Uber should offer “women-only” rides

Amid Uber’s ongoing appeal of losing its license in London, Transport for London (TfL) has issued a new policy statement making suggestions for ways Uber could improve its service, reports Engadget. One such suggestion was for Uber to make women-only vehicles available for hire. Show More Summary

First Iconic TfL Purple Elizabeth Line Roundels Installed

One hundred and ten years on from the installation of the first roundel sign at St James's Park Underground station, the latest version of Transport for London's historic design has begun to make an appearance across London's newest railway.

London to Southend Airport for FlyBe to Prague

Traveling to Southend Airport had me needlessly anxious. Traveling by transportation I have never taken to an airport I have never been to at Southend-on-sea location on the east coast of England in Essex one hour’s train ride from London. Show More Summary

Innovations in Transportation with the Snoozeliner

The snoozerliner is an luxurious night bus designed for late night commuters in London, England complete with fitted memory foams in individual sleep compartments and sleep inducing aromatherapeutic scents. The project was created by Simba, a high technology sleep brand that sought the need for a more blissful commute for

1957: Geza Szivos

2 months agoNews / Crime : Executed Today

From the London Times, Jan. 5, 1957: VIENNA, Jan. 4 — Budapest radio said to-day that the Budapest military court had sentenced a 25-year-old Budapest transport worker, Geza Szivos, to death for illegal possession of arms. The sentence had immediately been carried out. The report said that Szivos had obtained a machine pistol on October […]

An Anagram Quiz Of DLR Stations

2 months agoEngland / London : Londonist

One for those who REALLY know London's transport network.

Passport, the technology business for city transit systems, raises $43 million

Passport, company that’s managing much of the technical aspects of how people pay to use public transportation resources in cities like London, Miami and Los Angeles, has just raised $43 million. The money, from Bain Capital Ventures, will go to help the company expand its payment and transaction services nationally and internationally. Read More

The Uber ban in London only hurts the people who need it the most

Every editorial product is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our journalism. When Transport for London (TfL) announced in September that it was planning to rescind Uber’s licence to operate in the city, a lot of people were shocked. Show More Summary

Uber goes to court to operate in London

INTERNATIONAL - Uber will defend its right to operate in London in court next year after the app was deemed unfit to run a taxi service and stripped of its licence in its most important European market. Regulator Transport for London...Show More Summary

Uber’s appeal against Transport for London has a court date

The ride-sharer will get to challenge the loss of its private vehicle hire license to operate in London on April 30, 2018, reports Reuters. That’s the date a British judge set at a preliminary hearing today. Uber’s appeal case will run for five days, meaning it should be over by May 4. Show More Summary

4G Mobile Coverage on TfL's Tube on Track to Begin From 2019

Significant progress has been made on delivering a 4G mobile network on the Tube following a successful technology trial on the Waterloo & City Line, Transport for London has confirmed.

NEC Display Solutions Delivers Visual Impact for Hello London DX3

NEC Display Solutions has announced it has been chosen as the provider of visual display technology as Hello London, the media partnership between Transport for London and Exterion Media.

With new court loss in Britain, Europe becomes more of a minefield for Uber

3 months agoNews : BlogPost

U.S. transportation company Uber lost another European court battle on Friday over employment rights for its British drivers. A London court decided against the company’s appeal, which sought to overturn a prior ruling that classified its drivers as workers — rather than self-employees — and entitled to paid breaks, a minimum wage and holiday pay. Uber still […]

Panic: Wigmore Hall is threatened by noisy buses

4 months agoMusic / Classical : Slipped Disc

Transport for London wants to made Oxford Street a pedestrian zone and run its buses down the parallel Wigmore Street. That would spell the end of perfect silence in the Wigmore Hall, one of the world’s great chamber music venues. Have your say in the consultation process here.

One of the world's most polluted streets could eliminate vehicles in 2018

Come 2018 Oxford Street might be unrecognisable to today's Londoners. SEE ALSO: Britain's finally getting its very own version of a cronut—the mince pie croissant Today Transport for London proposed plans to eliminate vehicles on Oxford Street, one of the busiest and most polluted boulevards in London, by next year. Show More Summary

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