A bus stop made of Lego will appear in London's Regent Street on Sunday. @itvlondon
The bus stop is part of a celebration of almost 200 years of London buses which will see Regent St closed to normal traffic. @itvlondon
The annual Gumball 3000 rally race returns to the capital today as Regent Street is turned into a Gumball Festival.
The motor rally, which is in its 15th year, features a host of celebrities driving some of the world's rarest vehicles. David Hasselhoff , Deadmau5 and Tony Hawk are some of the names taking part this year's event.
The race runs across 3000 miles from Miami to Ibiza with stops in cities including New York, Edinburgh and Paris. Today's event will features extreme sports, live music and car displays before the racers arrive.
Police are asking for witnesses to come forward after an elderly cyclist was seriously injured in a road accident on Regent Street.
At 18:20 on Tuesday, 25 February, police were called to a collision between a car and a cyclist on near the junction with Little Portland Street.
The cyclist - a 69-year-old man - was treated at the scene by the London Ambulance Service. He was taken to a central London hospital and remains in a critical condition.
The driver of the car stopped at the scene and no arrests were made.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Met's Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 020 8941 9011, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Central London: Regent St (W1) remains CLOSED twds Oxford St due to burst water main. Traffic is queuing N/B on approach to the closure.
Police are trying to track down a man seen on CCTV after a bus driver was punched in the face on Regent Street.
The attack happened on Friday 13 September at around 8:30pm on the route 23 bus as it terminated at Regent Street. The suspect was told he would need another ticket to continue but became abusive, before punching the driver several times.
London was lit up by a bevy of big name celebrities tonight as Regent Street's famous display was launched with a bang.
A spectacular display of fireworks lit up the sky as Leona Lewis turned on the lights, along with Emmy Award Winning actor Ty Burrell and Hollywood film director Rob Minkoff.
As well as flicking the switch, the former X Factor winner performed to a jam-packed Regent Street crowd.
She was followed by other big names, including Emma Bunton and Melanie C, Eliza Doolittle, Passenger, Imagination, MKS, Gabrielle, Richard & Adam, Only The Young and Jahmene Douglas.
This year's lights depict the brand new DreamWorks animated film Mr. Peabody and Sherman release in February.
In a few hours Regent Street will welcome in the festive season by switching on the Christmas lights. Retailers have just begun showcasing their Winter collections on a large catwalk on Burlington Street, before a concert later this evening.
The show will kick off at 5pm and will include performances from Leona Lewis, Passenger, Eliza Doolittle, Emma Bunton and Melanie C, Imagination, MKS, Gabrielle, Richard & Adam, Only The Young and Jahmene Douglas.
Emmy award winning actor Ty Burrell, who is switching on the Regent Street Christmas lights this evening, talks to ITV London about his love for the capital.
The Christmas lights on Regent Street will be switched on this evening. The show will kick off at 5pm with performances from Leona Lewis, Passenger and Eliza Doolittle.
Emmy Award Winning actor Ty Burrell will be switching on the display this evening