A report to be presented to the Transport for London board’s Programmes and Investment Committee next week handily sets out the steps involved in bringing Crossrail (the Elizabeth line) together for the service’s 2019 opening.
Notting Hill Carnival hits the headlines every year, but sadly, the focus is often around crime. Are the police and other organisations justified in their criticisms of safety at Carnival?
Conservatives on the London Assembly don’t like the “perk” – even some of those who’ve previously taken up the free travel card available to Assembly Members have argued that a benefit enjoyed by the partners and spouses of staff working less sociable hours than them should be axed.
Internal briefing documents show that many of ‘his’ announcements had been sitting on TfL and City Hall’s computers waiting for the election result to come in.
The safety of buses has deteriorated in the last year. There were 4,297 injuries between April and December 2015, compared with 4,196 over the same period the year before (an increase of 2.5 per cent). However, the number of casualties being taken to hospital decreased by 4.2 per cent over the same period, suggesting that the increase was driven by a rise in minor injuries.