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London Braces Itself for Another Major Tube Strike

Hundreds of London Underground drivers will walk out this evening for 24 hours. London is set to suffer the effects of another major strike on Underground network, with members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) walking out at 9pm this evening (Wednesday).There are to be no services running on the Piccadilly Line for […]

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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 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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TfL Photography Exhibition Celebrates New 24-hour Tube Service

In anticipation of the London Underground network finally launching a 24 hour service later this year, Transport for London has opened an exciting new photography exhibition at Westminster Station that celebrates London’s iconic nightlife and history. Curated by Annin Arts Gallery, the exhibition features 24 varied, large scale photographic works by some famous artists such […]

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