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Openbaar vervoer in Londen maakt contactloos betalen mogelijk

Openbaar transport is ongetwijfeld de sector waar mobiel betalen enorme voordelen biedt. Transport for London (TfL) is een organisatie die de Britse hoofdstad wil omvormen tot een modelstad voor openbaar vervoer.   94 more words

Mobile Banking

Londoners can now pay for commutes by waving their credit cards—no Apple Pay required

This morning, London’s entire transport network took a baby step into the future. Travelers can now tap in and out of the network by waving a credit or debit card equipped with near field communication (NFC) technology—the same… 224 more words

Fender Stratocaster and Routemaster bus 60th anniversay collaboration

Fender and Transport for London are celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Stratocaster guitar and London’s famous Routemaster bus. The two companies are partnering on a bus emblazoned with Stratocaster imagery, which will serve London’s 24 bus route, and 25 limited edition Stratocaster guitars, which incorporate key design features of the iconic double-decker. 431 more words


Central Middlesex A&E to close permanently today

We have already expressed our deep concern about the results from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection of Northwick Park Hospital – which is set to become the borough’s main A&E hub when the Central Middlesex unit closes. 317 more words


Rail Replacement

I’m in the middle of cleaning up my notes on my iPod and I find little snippets of blog posts I write while I’m on the go. 172 more words

Keep Your Eyes Open

London Transport Carnival Poster Indecisiveness

I think I may be suffering from a severe case of madness of late so therefore I offer myself up to whoever may read this for a diagnosis. 276 more words


UK airports: Boris Island crash-lands

There’s been a lot of talk in the UK recently about the relative merits of expanding our biggest and busiest airport, London Heathrow, or building an entirely new one in the Thames Estuary as London Mayor Boris Johnson still wants. 599 more words