Transport for London has become involved in a war of words on Twitter after telling a frustrated commuter to "leave early" to avoid delays.
Boris Johnson was left red-faced today after the Chancellor announced the rise in rail fares would be capped in line with inflation.
Closer examination of the figures paints a slightly different picture to the one the Mayor wants us to believe.
Black cab fares have gone up today by 0.7%. The increase will add an extra nine pence to the average taxi fare. Transport for London approved the rise in February.
The central London junction where a cyclist was killed this morning was dropped from a list of areas due to be overhauled as part of safety improvements, a London Assembly member has claimed.
Ludgate Circus was on Transport For London's original list of 100 junctions deemed to have safety concerns, however it was later removed from the list when it was revised down to 33.
London Assembly member Darren Johnson accused TFL of failing to act despite a spate of deaths and injuries in recent years:
– Darren Johnson, London Assembly Member
This absolutely tragic news is made all the more poignant by the fact that TfL recently decided to cancel the major safety overhaul it had deemed necessary at this blackspot.
Six cyclists were killed or seriously injured here in the space of five years yet despite this dreadful toll TfL aren’t going to get this junction sorted out.
We are seeing this pattern of inaction all across the road network in London and it is unacceptable.
There is no service on the @wlooandcityline while we fix a signal failure at Waterloo.
The 0750 RB1 Thames Clippers Westbound from Woolwich Arsenal to London Eye is currently suspended due to dense fog
Due to the disruptions on the Thames Clipper services London Buses are accepting T tickets between Woolwich, North Greenwich & Tower Pier
Transport for London bosses are to be grilled today.
They are holding a question and answer session with the Transport Committee.
Topics such as tube ticket office closures and strikes are expected to be included.
A charity has warned that cutsto bus services are reaching critical levels - and that major reductions to services in the capital could be on the way in the next few years.
The Campaign for Better Transport says it's concerned about reductions to London bus funding, after finding 47 per cent of local authorities in England and Wales have reduced their spending.
They warned that TfL is one of the authorities likely to make sweeping cuts over the next couple of years - with most of these taking effect by 2017.
Boris Johnson struggled to work out how much he would have to pay in the New Year when fares go up. On LBC 97.3 he was asked how much a one-way ticket from Angel to London Bridge would cost. The Mayor referred to a series of tables, and then got the figure wrong saying:
"It seems unbelievably expensive to me. That's outrageous. That cannot possibly be right."
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