Since the introduction of Oyster travel cards in London in 2003, a huge pile of abandoned cash has built up on unused Oyster cards. … Read the full post »
Read about Transport for London (TfL), the body which runs public transport in London.
TfL was created in 2000 as part of the introduction of a directly elected Mayor of London and the London Assembly. It replaced London Regional Transport (LRT).
In the year 1 December 2011 – 30 November 2012, Oxford Circus station was temporarily closed due to over-crowding 163 times. … Read the full post »
Summer may not be here, but a new map of the London Underground (plus a few other bits) is, complete with some cable car and Olympic updates. … Read the full post »
In sympathy no doubt with all the failing Tube lines at the moment, the mathematical heads at Transport for London are failing too at the moment. … Read the full post »
Here are the highlights of Liberal Democrat London Assembly member Caroline Pidgeon’s talk on public transport at a public meeting tonight in Westminster. … Read the full post »
That is one of the bizarre details revealed in the aftermath of the latest failures on London’s Jubilee Line. … Read the full post »
TfL’s communications are frequently so poor you would have thought they are designed by the person who did the doors on the Victoria line’s new trains. Great in theory, frequently faulty in practice. … Read the full post »
Lib Dem London Assembly member Caroline Pidgeon has dug out the information that there is a staggering total of £55m on unused Oyster cards held by the public. … Read the full post »
Mike Tuffrey, the distinguished Liberal Democrat London Assembly member, is displeased with Boris Johnson and with Transport for London. … Read the full post »
Odd news from Transport for London, where Boris Johnson decided to go ahead with fare increases on 2nd January but hold off increasing fines for fare evasion until 19th February. … Read the full post »