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What next for the Earls Court project?

In December last year a seven-page document from Pall Mall planning consultants DP9 was submitted to City Hall in response to Sadiq Khan’s call for ideas about building  1,278 more words


£260 parking ticket!

On 05/01/2017 At 17:00 I stupidly parked outside an Argos on a Red Box. At 17:14 I received my first ever parking ticket by a traffic warden for parking where prohibited (Red Route). 486 more words

Road closures at Easter will offer taste of chaos to come

Croydon is about to get a taste of the sort of traffic chaos and disruption which may await once the Hammersfield development gets underway – if it ever does – when the town centre is closed down for 10 days over Easter for repairs to the tram tracks. 392 more words


TfL Disability Campaign

TfL are currently running a campaign called ‘Come on Board’ which targets older and disabled groups, providing them with information and support to aid travel across London’s public transport network. 38 more words

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Transport for London: Using data

Data at the heart of success

Welcome back for a new series of data success stories! This time we decided to focus on three more data-savvy companies. 475 more words


Revealed: details of TfL's 400 home Kidbrooke housing scheme

TfL revealed last year they were looking to raise money through housing at sites around stations. I covered the plans here and showed that TfL were considering a tower up to 20 storeys in height. 505 more words


Letter sent to Mayor re dangerous junctions following another serious accident

Cllr Martin Tiedemann has written to Sadiq Khan regarding dangerous junctions on the A23 Brixton Hill following another accident last month that has left a cyclist with serious injuries. 675 more words