The London Assembly’s Police and Crime Committee says senior Metropolitan Police officers and the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) have failed to make the case for the force to be equipped with water cannon.
For the first time since 1992 and possibly the last time ever, London Transport Museum will be running steam trains to Uxbridge along the Metropolitan line on Sunday 8th December. Recently restored Metropolitan Locomotive No.1 and the Victorian ‘Jubilee’ carriage 353 will team up for the last time this year in a fitting finale to […]
London Transport Museum’s Acton Depot will hold its annual open weekend on 1-3 November. Visitors will be able to explore the Museum’s collection of over 400,000 objects including historic road and rail vehicles, posters and artwork. There will also be heritage bus rides and curator-led tours of the small object collection. In the week (28 […]
The next board meeting of London TravelWatch, the capital’s passenger watchdog, will take place on Tuesday 15 October 2013. The board will discuss the anticipated increase in fares on Transport for London (TfL) services from January 2014 and consider the consumer remit of the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR). It will also discuss National Rail […]
Darren Johnson AM, Nicky Gavron AM and Stephen Knight AM today in a joint cross party letter have urged Mayor of London Boris Johnson to defer his decision on the Earls Court and West Kensington Opportunity Area which includes the Earls Court Exhibition Centres. The Mayor is due to decide the joint planning application from […]