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Need some new summer reads? Then get on the tube in the morning

In London, we all spend hours and hours on the tube commuting, getting to social events and just enjoying the city. We also generally love a good freebie that can keep us entertained, without costing a penny. 370 more words


The 24 hour tube is coming to London

At long last, the Night Tube is coming to London! As of the 12th of September, on Fridays and Saturdays the Jubilee and Victoria lines will be operating a full service, and most of the Central, Northern and Piccadilly lines will be operational. 268 more words


The mysterious case of the disappearing Maida Vale bus stop

Residents in Maida Vale and St John’s Wood have written to the Mayor about the mysterious case of the disappearing Maida Vale bus stop.

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Westminster North

A Benefit Of The Hackney Downs/Central Link

I don’t pay for my public transport in London, as I have a Freedom Pass, but most people get charged. The cost is very often an important factor for passengers. 170 more words


Ten days to make your views known on the Baker Street two-way plans

The Westminster Council Consultation on the plans to make Baker Street and Gloucester Place two-way closes on 31st July 2015.

You can make your comments here: 45 more words

Westminster City Council

Listen to the people on Marylebone traffic shake-up

London Assembly member Murad Qureshi has written to the West End Extra to call for residents to have their say on plans to return Baker Street and Gloucester Place to two-way working: 112 more words

Labour Councillors

Getting around

I must say that the public transport system here in London is quite accessible considering that the country is very big. Most of the time its much faster to take the train into the city than to drive in. 339 more words