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TfL Issues Warnings Over Contactless Payments

Transport for London has issued a warning that the newly introduced Apply Pay service on the London Underground network is subject to a number of variables which could adversely impact travellers.  TfL has warned that those passengers using Apple Pay, as well as other contactless mobile payment services, will be charged the full price of […]

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Uber Accused of Capitalising from Tube Strike Crisis

Controversial ride-hailing app Uber has come under fire after numerous news outlets reported that it had began to raise its prices – in some cases as much as 2 and a half times the normal fare – due to an increase in demand following the chaos caused by this week’s London tube strikes. On Wednesday […]

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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 London Face Yet Another Taxi Protest?

Some of London’s busiest streets could once again be brought to a standstill, with United Cabbies Group (UGC) planning its biggest protest yet against Transport for London (TfL).  The taxi trade assocation recently caused a massive holdup on London’s famous Oxford Street as many of the city’s black cab drivers formed a blockade to show […]

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TfL Welcomes Bids for Lucrative Advertising Contract

Transport for London has announced plans to combine its advertising estate into a single contract, inviting media companies to pitch for a £1 billion package to oversee outdoor and transport advertising across the city’s network. It’s the first time that London’s transport advertising opportunities have been offered in a single package, with the contract encompassing […]

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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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