The number of tubes running on time has hit a record high, according to Transport for London. These are the lines most affected by delays.
A British Transport Police officer has been awarded £11,575 after reportedly falling from a chair on the London Underground.
The first steam train to carry Tube passengers for over 100 years did a test run for the Tube's 150th anniversary celebrations in 2013.
Transport for London has introduced its first 20mph limit on a major road junction. It's one of a number of measures announced today - as they attempt to cut the number of deaths on the capital's roads. Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris reports.
The Conservative group on the London Assembly has released a report suggesting Tube stations or Tube lines should be sponsored. They say the extra income from sponsorship could allow fares to be frozen.
It would mean that stations would have their names changed by adding a brand name. The Conservatives carried out a poll which found that 74% of Londoners believe Transport for London should expand sponsorship if it was used to cut or reduce fares.
Not only were delays in 2012/13 lowest on record, but the last year has also been the busiest for the capital's tubes. Transport for London says one of the contributing factors was the Olympics, boosting the number of journeys to one point two billion.
The number of London's tubes running on time has hit a record high, according to new figures from Transport for London. In 2012/13, delays on underground routes through the capital dropped by 20 per cent.
It's been revealed that £53 million of passengers' money is sitting on unused Oyster cards.
There are calls for Transport for London to make it easier for passengers to claim money back.
TfL admits the current system for processing refunds needs to be improved.
A Transport for London spokesman said: "The High Court has found that we were right not to run the Core Issues Trust's advertisement as it would have breached Section 149 of the Equality Act 2010.
"The advertisement clearly breached our advertising policy as it contained a controversial message and was likely to cause widespread offence to the public.
"This was borne out by the hugely negative public reaction the advertisement generated, including on social media and newspaper websites.
"We are taking steps to address the judge's comments regarding our internal processes."
More than 500 workers on the London Overground have been awarded a four-year, above inflation pay deal.
Staff will receive a 3.85 percent increase this year followed by three further rises.
The RMT union says the deal sets a benchmark for the rest of the industry.
Paralympian Sophie Christiansen will be among others giving evidence at a Transport Committee session today on public transport accessibility. She has previously said London is too inaccessible to live in and relies on taxis to get around.