Transport for London has outlined its draft business plan for the next ten years.
Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris picks out some of the headline announcements.
Londoners face a decade of inflation-busting fare rises, roadworks and a promise of driverless trains in TfL's business plan. @londontonight
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