The TSSA Union has accused Boris Johnson of 'bottling the job' after the Mayor admitted the night tube is not 'absolutely critical'.Read the full story ›
Tube bosses were forced to repeatedly close the gates to London Bridge station in an attempt to stop overcrowding this morning.Read the full story ›
Former Transport for London Commissioner Sir Peter Hendy will start his first day on the job as the new chairman of Network Rail today.
He was installed in the job by Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin late last month. It's hoped he can help rescue Britain's rail network after over-running engineering work at stations such as London Bridge led to a catalogue of delays for commuters. He is expected by the government to undertake a review of Network Rail's investment programme over the next few months.
London Underground boss Mike Brown is taking over as the interim TfL Commissioner until a permanent replacement is recruited.
Designs for a new station building at West Ealing have been submitted to Ealing Council as part of an overhaul of the station for Crossrail.
The proposals are for a new building on Manor Road, northwest of the existing station, and include a new ticket hall. There are also blueprints for a new footbridge with lifts to provide step-free access to every platform.
The work would be carried out by Network Rail. The plan is for the station to be run by Transport for London from the end of 2017 as part of London's integrated transport network.
There has been more morning misery for London Underground passengers following a series of rush-hour problems.Read the full story ›
Five year old Sol from Peckham can beat Transport for London's journey planner hands down, planning complex rail journeys from memory.Read the full story ›
One of the entrances to a station which suffered severe overcrowding last Christmas is to shut for nearly three years so improvement work can be carried out. The Wells Terrace entrance to Finsbury Park Tube station will close on Monday April 20 and reopen in early 2018. The closure will enable a new, bigger entrance to the station - the fourth busiest Underground station outside London's Zone One central area.
During construction of the new entrance, passengers will be able to access the station via nearby entrances on Seven Sisters Road and Station Place. London Underground said today that when the upgrade is complete Finsbury Park Tube station will be step-free, passengers will have more space and journeys through the station will be quicker and more pleasant.
Ticket offices at Brixton station will be closed permanently today as part of plans to 'modernise' the station. Transport for London says the move will offer a better service to customers but some unions dispute the change. The work to the ticket hall will take around four weeks.
Transport for London has advice for commuters on how to cope with a planned strike which could affect 97 per cent of London bus routes.Read the full story ›