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Shed pounds with ease! (Park at Snaresbrook)

From Monday, 5 January, the price of parking at Snaresbrook and Wanstead station car parks is going up again, to £6 and £5 respectively, rising fro...

London Mayor to meet Dalston campaigners over ‘gated community’ fears

Boris Johnson to address local concerns over eight storey 'gated' development proposals

Boris puts fares up again

As many of us will have realised when we returned to work today after the Christmas break fares on the buses, Underground, DLR, trams and trains ha...

Transport for London outline plans for changes to P5 bus route

Transport for London have outlined plans for changes to the P5 bus route as it passes through Vassall Ward in Lambeth. TfL bus route P5 travels fro...

London Assembly publishes report into cycle safety: Gearing Up Map_icon

The Transport Committee of the London Assembly was tasked with investigating cycling in London at its meeting on 14 June 2012. The aim was threefol...

Streatham Green Drinks, 12th Oct 7.30pm

What do we want Streatham High Road to be like in the future?  TfL are currently preparing proposals for changing the look of the High Ro...

Boris bikers beware - cycle accidents in Kennington on 6th and 7th October

Cyclists, motorists and pedestrians, please be careful on the roads. I noted some time ago that I intend to blog about all cycle accidents, mostly ...

Now and Next for buses is online! Map_icon

This is really cool. You can now find out where the bus you’re waiting for has got to. The “Now & Next” displays for buses ar...

Vauxhall Gyratory: Greed, irresponsibility and entitlement. Map_icon

(Photo taken from Tradescant Rd blog) In a post-riot London, whilst our current Prime Minister is waxing lyrical on greed, irresponsibility and ent...

Travellers deliver their verdict on 2012 Games congestion fears

With the 2012 Olympics exactly a year away, many people are concerned over whether London’s struggling and congested underground network can hand...

Oyster card readers appear at station

After the May completion date for full Oyster card integration came and went, South West Trains cited issues with Cubic, a third-party supplier of ...

Train services to London Bridge to be cut in 2012

The withdrawal of the South London Line  train service between London Bridge and Victoria will definitely go ahead in 2012 according to Transport ...

Travel disruption expected in Wapping during Olympics

Residents have voiced concerns over Olympic route proposals unveiled last night by Transport for London. The initial Olympic Route Network (ORN) pr...

The new East London Line, its many owners and a tricky third rail

A year ago today the East London Line opened from Dalston to New Cross and ELL was there to witness it. For Goldsmiths staff and students the openi...

London celebrates the first anniversary of the new East London Line – and the future looks bright

Today is the first birthday of the East London Line. The Overground train running from Dalston Junction to New Cross took its first journey on Apri...

New for Wansteadium: Live Tube info

From today, following a period of testing, Wansteadium is offering live Tube information for Snaresbrook and Wanstead stations. The list of trains,...

Police use fines in bid to crack down on cyclists

The Police have introduced fines and other measures to stop cyclists jumping red lights and driving dangerously in the traffic. In an operation lau...

Overground extension to Highbury and Islington opens three months ahead of schedule

The new £50m London Overground extension between Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington opened today, three months ahead of schedule. Mayor...

Dalston to Highbury & Islington Overground extension expected to open next week

The new London Overground extension between Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington is set to open next week, over two months ahead of schedu...

“A railway doing what it should do” – London Overground leads the way on punctuality

London Overground was Britain’s most punctual rail service last month, with 96.4 per cent of trains arriving within five minutes of their schedul...

Old Shoreditch station auctioned for new use

The former Shoreditch Station has been sold by TfL to an anonymous buyer on wednesday for £665,000. The 1,688 square foot space, at the junction o...

London transport delays leave ‘half the world’s population’ late for work

Thousands of commuters have found themselves running late for work and missing appointments today, due to severe delays on the East London Line. Th...

Young filmmakers on the road to award win.

A group of aspiring filmmakers have been short-listed for a prize in the London Transport Awards. Their film, ‘Concrete Dreams’, has been nomin...

East London Line extension will open ahead of schedule and be on budget

The new East London Line extension will open in spring, not in February as has been claimed on some council websites. A spokesman for Transport for...

East London commuters to face more disruption as latest RMT strike is set to shut down DLR

Residents in East London and commuters heading to Canary Wharf will face more travel chaos at the end of the week when the transport union RMT star...

Several proposed docks in Lambeth missing from TFL London Cycle Scheme Olympic Expansion

I'm not ready with any detailed posts just yet, but have stumbled across the following today.  Somebody submitted a FOI request re t...

Courthill Road to get a green man in 2012

It’s with immense pleasure that I can report that on 15th December in a written reply to Caroline Pidgeon AM the Mayor of London Boris Johnso...

Police clamp down on sale of stolen bikes but concerns remain

The number of stolen bicycles for sale on Brick Lane has fallen after a police clampdown, but some fear the problem has simply moved to neighbourin...

Live travel updates for road, bus, tube and overground services along East London Line

EastLondonLines kept going through the rush hour today in spite of the coldest overnight temperatures for 20 years.  According to a TFL spokespers...

Pedal Power review of Cycle Hire and superhighways from London Assembly Transport Committee

The  London Assembly Transport Committee has released its report, Pedal Power and an accompanying set of survey highlights, on the topic of TF...

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