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TfL to go ahead with bus changes in the Tottenham Court Road area

Transport for London (TFL) is to push ahead with changes to local bus services to coincide with the removal of the Tottenham Court Road and Gower Street one-way system. 376 more words


London 2017

In my opinion London is always better at Christmas, so in November I booked myself and my boyfriend a nights stay in London at Wembley. If you have never been before, I would recommend staying in the Holiday Inn Wembley and catching the Megabus. 360 more words

The world's gone wrong - No 1

This morning as I travelled into my local town I was stuck behind a small white van with a sticker on the rear. ‘Cyclists. Stay Back.’ Now, being of a bloody minded and contrary nature, my immediate reaction was to want to pass. 363 more words

TfL consultation on proposed changes to 23 bus routes serving central London

Transport for London has launched a consultation on proposed changes to 23 bus routes serving central London. Tfl say:

“The proposals will help buses get to and through central London quickly and reliably and better match bus services with demand across the city. 312 more words

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IAutumn Statement: Is rail devolution in London dead?

This is the title of an article on the BBC web site.

This is how the article starts.

Sadiq Khan is not the first mayor to want more control over London’s rail service.

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Big Data for London traffic analysis

Employees of Datatonic, a Europe-based data analytics consultancy, recently participated in a week-long hackathon (“Data in Motion Hack Week”) organized by Traffic for London… 231 more words

Speed restrictions at four sites as trams start running again

Croydon’s trams are running services on all routes again, 10 days after the tragic derailment in which seven people died and 50 people were injured. But the service has only resumed after additional speed restrictions have been put in place at the crash site at Sandilands and three other places on the network. 477 more words