Transport for London has updated the advice it gives to bus drivers on letting wheelchair users on board.
Transport for London has today issued contingency travel advice for tomorrow's strike.
Oystercard users will be able to check their journey records on the TfL website.
Transport for London have insisted that both residents and businesses in south London will benefit from the extension of the Northern line, despite protests from dog walkers.
Michele Dix, Managing Director for Planning at Transport for London, said:
“Our proposed new Northern line extension for south London would create tube access for thousands of people and help support up to 25,000 jobs and 16,000 new homes in the Vauxhall and Nine Elms area."There will be no permanent loss of park space in Kennington Park
During construction the existing dog walking area will be temporarily relocated to another area of the park. “
"Local residents in Kennington will benefit from an improved park area and a new community building. "
Dog owners are due to meet this lunchtime to protest over the planned Northern line extension which they claim will ruin their space in Kennington Park used to walk their dogs. Others insist the plans will rejuvenate the area and bring in more business.
London boroughs and Transport for London have awarded four new area based joint highway contracts. the agreements could save up to £450 million over the next eight years. The frameworks will cover both road maintenance along with the design and construction of new schemes.
It will apply to all roads across London.
For the first time, TFL has released a report on the customer complaints it has received. Overall it says the level of complaints have been low. However, amongst the issues it has had to deal with were faulty ticket machines on the DLR and payment problems with the cycle hire scheme.
Transport for London has released a series of videos showing how disabled passengers can use public transport during the Olympics and Paralympics. TfL has also promised that 16 key Tube stations will have temporary boarding ramps so wheelchair users can board trains.