Hundreds of toys - that have been left behind on London's tubes and buses - are set to get new owners this Christmas.
Is your bus route among the ten most overcrowded?
See the London Underground as you never have before with an art installation which maps out the tubes in real time.
Transport for London introduced more Manual Boarding Ramps (MBRs) on some platforms during the Olympic and Paralympic Games. They enable wheelchair and scooter users to get over the gap between the train and the platform.
Kilburn station borrowed an MBR from nearby Willesden Green station and used it for several months. However, it was suddenly removed because of apparent safety issues.
Ten London buses have been redesigned ahead of Remembrance Day. Transport for London has tweeted this picture of the 'poppy wrap' design.
A bus crashed into bollards in the City of London during this morning's rush hour, leaving several people injured.
– Mike Weston, TfL's Director of Buses
At around 07:20 this morning a route 15 double deck bus, operated by Stagecoach, collided with a bollard in Cannon Street, EC2.
When the bus attempted to reverse off the bollard it collided with a stationary route 521 bus.
Emergency services attended the scene and an investigation will be launched into the incident.
London Mayor Boris Johnson was on a business trip in Hong Kong last week. He hopes to sell the new London Route Master bus to the Chinese.
Route 9 will be served by the New Bus for London - also known as the 'Boris Bus' - which has a conductor and the same hop-on hop-off feature as the old Routemaster.
The route - which runs from Hammersmith to Aldwych will get 22 of the new buses from Saturday. 16,000 people use the route every day.
Route 9 joins routes 24 and 11 which are already run entirely with a fleet of New Buses.
Route 390 will become part of the exclusive group on 9 December.
Northern and Bakerloo line services will not stop at Embankment station for most of next year while escalator work is completed, causing major disruption for passengers.
Transport for London say the closures will last for a total of 43 weeks over 2014, beginning on January 8th. They are advising passengers wanting to use either line to go to Waterloo or Charing Cross stations close by.
The work will involve four escalators which were installed more than 80 years ago and were last refurbished in the 1970s. TfL claims the work would involve replacing all four at once, and if it had been phased it would have taken "at least 75 weeks".
Circle and District line trains will continue to stop at Embankment during the work.
Transport for London and union representatives will appear at City Hall today to explain how they'll find 12 billion pounds of savings before 2018.
The Transport Committee also aims to find out whether rumours of ticket office closures and staff cuts are true.
It will also discuss how Transport for London will handle a major cut to its government grant.
Following the Government's Spending Review, there are plans to reduce TfL's budget by a quarter - £207 million - by 2016.