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TfL has launched an anti-sexual harassment campaign, calling on Londoners to be “active bystanders” and act when witnessing inappropriate behaviour. Transport for London (TfL) launched the campaign today in partnership with rail trade body the Rail Delivery Group, as well as the British Transport Police, the Met and City of London Police. This comes on [...]
Campaigners have warned that TfL’s fare increase could hurt London’s competitiveness as mayor Sadiq Khan said his hands were tied by the government’s bailout deal. Khan announced yesterday that bus and tube fares will go up by just shy of six per cent, in line with what ministers announced for rail in mid-December. The hike [...]
The Mayor of London nhas called on the government to continue funding Transport for London’s future projects. Sadiq Khan told City A.M: “The history of London Underground shows that you’ve got to invest now for the future, you can’t stand still,” “We need government support for further investment in both the underground network and [...]
CITY bosses have rejoiced after a long-term funding deal was agreed today between the central government and TfL. The London Chamber of Commerce said businesses “will be breathing a sigh of relief” while Centre for London’s boss Nick Bowes added that TfL will now be able to get on with running the transport system without [...]
TfL has extended its e-scooter trial until the end of May 2024 following updated guidance from the DfT, which allows local authorities to continue for the next year and a half. The extension comes on the heels of the government deciding to create a new vehicle category in the legislation to include e-scooters. Launched in [...]
Londoners will need to brace themselves as Transport for London (TfL) has announced it will begin fining motorists for driving in cycle lanes. From 27 June the public body will have powers over lanes and tracks across its wider road network, in the same way it legislates over bus lanes and yellow box junctions. Introduced [...]
Transport for London (TfL) is preparing to apply for an injunction against Just Stop Oil activists after a fortnight of protests in the capital. Members of the campaign group sprayed paint over an Aston Martin showroom and blocked Park Lane in central London in their latest action on Sunday morning. The activists, who have been [...]
TfL is set to invest £8.1bn into London’s road and rail network as part of its long-term business plan. Set to support London’s economic recovery whilst achieving financial sustainability, the draft plan includes an annual £150m expenditure in safe and active travel, as well as a £110m scrappage scheme. The scrappage scheme will help offset [...]
Transport for London (TfL) was granted a week extension of the current government funding. The public body was given until 3 August while it continues to revise a £3.6bn proposal put on the plate by transport secretary Grant Shapps last Friday. “We are considering whether the proposal from the government meets that need and if [...]
Transport for London (TfL) is currently reviewing a long-term funding proposal put on the table by the Department for Transport (DfT) yesterday. The move comes just a few days before the latest short-term extension from central government was coming to an end. “I’ve put a long-term settlement on the table to ensure services are supported [...]
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