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Safety handles on speeding trams have failed, BBC reports

An investigation by the BBC suggests that the driver’s safety control on the south London tram network often fails to operate, providing a possible explanation for last November’s crash at Sandilands in which seven passengers died. 23 more words

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Safety handles on speeding trams have failed, BBC reports

An investigation by the BBC suggests that the driver’s safety control on the south London tram network often fails to operate, providing a possible explanation for last November’s crash at Sandilands in which seven passengers died. 657 more words

London-wide Issues

First of two consultations on Oxford Street transformation opens

Residents can now make comments on the first of two consultations for the proposed changes to Oxford Street.

The first consultation concerns only the Oxford Street west section — between Orchard Street and Oxford Circus — but changes there will have an impact on streets in Fitzrovia to the east. 49 more words

Environment

Uber pays London a license fee of just 12 cents per car, and the city has had enough

London’s transport authority is overhauling the licensing fees it charges private car hire companies like Uber. It launched a public consultation April 20, proposing new fees that would add millions of pounds to Uber’s licensing bill. 410 more words

Westminster council to hold two part consultation on Oxford Street plans

Westminster City Council will carry out the first of two separate public consultations starting next week (Monday 24 April) before deciding on how to implement the Mayor of London’s vision for Oxford Street. 797 more words

Environment

Rob Bailey - London Transport Posters

We never share work we don’t like, but this work by Rob Bailey and M&C Saatchi London for Transport for London is a real favourite. Using his trademark simplified style,  Bailey has created a series of posters for the London public transport network that are a true work of art. 18 more words

Design

Transport for London are seeking a long term partner

Transport for London are seeking “a long term partner” to restore the iconic South Kensington tube station.

South Kensington is one of London’s most prestigious and recognised locations in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. 381 more words