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Boris Johnson Unveils New London ‘E-Bus’

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has made no secret of his desires to improve pollution in the capital, with the world’s first Ultra Low Emission Zone on target to launch in 2020. His latest move in this long-term project has been to unveil another world first: a double decker ‘e-bus’, which is solely reliant on […]

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Could Boris Ban Rickshaw Taxis in London?

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has called for a ban on rickshaws and pedicabs in the capital in an effort to ease the city’s traffic congestion problems and combat growing safety concerns. Johnson is seeking new powers to regulate the vehicles, which have become infamous for causing traffic jams in the West End in particular. […]

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TfL Criticised By ASA for ‘Misleading’ Advertisement

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has criticised Transport for London and Mayor Boris Johnson after it was ruled that a print advertisement in the Evening Standard has misled Londoners over his proposals to tackle pollution with a new Ultra Low Emission Zone in the capital. The new ultra low emission zone will be introduced in […]

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London sees red as new sponsorship deals look set to take over

A new look for Transport for London’s ‘Boris Bikes’ could soon see the streets of the Capital awash with the red of banking giants Santander, who are reportedly leading the race to sponsor the cycle hire scheme. Since launching in 2010, the bikes – which are colloquially named after Mayor of London Boris Johnson – […]

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Boris and the Banned Bus Ad

Christian activists have lost a high court ruling over Boris Johnson’s ‘improper and politically-motivated’ ban on a controversial gay advert on a bus.Boris was accused by Campaign group Core Issues Trust (CIT) of abusing his power and imposing the band for “the nakedly political purpose of currying favour with gay lobby groups” and boosting his […]

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A 24-hour Night Tube helps London Keep up with New York City

If you’re due to become a student in London during 2015, things are looking up for your social life. Transport for London have announced plans to keep the London Underground network running 24 hours at weekends as part of their “vision for the future of the Tube”, responding to the fact that London’s population is […]

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