As celebrates its 150th anniversary, things could be a lot different for the next big milestone. Siemens, which makes carriages for the Tube network, has released its vision of future travel. Lighter, more energy efficient and fully air conditioned.
A prototype is being showcased next week at the Crystal exhibition centre in the Royal Victoria Docks. Take a look at their concept model below.
London, in common with many large cities around the world, faces significant transport challenges as a result of ongoing population growth and increased capacity demands.
For such trains to be developed and replacing the older ones. It means more money will have to be put into it. Sadly a large part of that bill will probably come from travelers themselves. Does this mean ticket prices will triple or more before it's given the go ahead?