The Institute of Directors (IoD) has joined those calling for HS2 to be scrapped.
Londoners have the longest commuting times in the UK according to research published today.
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Some bus routes will be disrupted.
Routes that serve the Carnival area are:
2X, 6, 7, 16, 18, 23, 27, 28, 31, 36, 36X, 46, 52, 70, 94, 98, 148, 159, 187, 205, 205X, 220, 228, 295, 316, 328, 332, 390, 414, 436, 436X, 452, N7, N16, N18, N28, N31 N98 and N207.
The advice is to check the TFL website before you travel.
London Overground guards have started a 48-hour strike over potential job cuts, on the weekend of the Notting Hill Carnival.
RMT Union members are staging pickets at three stations, following plans to introduce driver only trains.
London Overground Rail Operations Limited says more than 70 per cent of services are running as normal.
The strike will end just before midnight tomorrow.
(1/2) No service btn Highbury & Islington & Shadwell, no service btn Surrey Quays & Clapham Junction due to planned engineering work.
(2/2) No service Clapham Junction/ Richmond to Willesden Junction & Gospel Oak to Barking due to strike action.
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More more information on planning your Notting Hill Carnival trip go to the TFL website.
LADBROKE GROVE - Closed on 25-26 August.
LATIMER ROAD - Closes at 23:30 on 25-26 August.
ROYAL OAK - Exit only 11:00-18:00 on 25-26 August. Closes at 18:00 on both days.
NOTTING HILL GATE - Exit only 11:00-19:00 on 25-26 August. Circle and District lines will not stop at this station between 11.00-19.00 on Sunday 25th and all day Monday 26th. No interchange between Monday 26th August.
Notting Hill Gate is exit only to prevent overcrowding.
Westbourne Park is exit only to prevent overcrowding.
- A5 (Edgware Road)
- Harrow Road
- Holland Park Avenue
- Notting HIll Gate
- Bayswater Road
From Harrow Road in the north to Notting Hill Gate in the south.
Clarendon Road in the west to Queensway in the east.
Transport for London is considering phasing out coins and notes next year and replacing them entirely with contactless payments - such as Oyster Cards.
TFL says it would help save millions of pounds. But thousands of people still rely on cash to travel around on London's buses every day, and critics warn it could put jobs and safety at risk.
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