Transport Media

Uber Partners with Facebook Messenger

Users will be able to hail rides directly from Messenger without leaving their conversation Facebook is looking to improve its chat service by testing a new feature that will allow users of its Messenger app to hail rides at the touch of a button.Uber is the first partner of the proposed Transportation on Messenger service, […]

Read More >

London Cabs Take on Uber with Contactless Payments

TfL confirms that card payments will soon be accepted in taxis In an effort to fight back against the growing popularity of taxi apps such as Uber and Hailo, London cabs have started to accept payments from passengers by card and contactless card.The move, put in place by Transport for London (TfL), is an effort […]

Read More >

East Midlands Trains Uses Traffic Data to Discourage Driving to London

A new data-driven campaign to coincide with the school half-term holidays has been launched by East Midlands Trains, discouraging people from driving into London and tempting them to take the train instead.‘Reasons to Take the Train’ provides potential train customers with real-time and geo-targeted information and data on how long it would take them to […]

Read More >

Liverpool Turns Back the Clock with Vintage Bus Day

Those in Liverpool this weekend may have noticed a rather unusual sight, as residents and tourists were given a rare and unique opportunity to explore the city aboard a vintage double decker bus – some of which dated back to the 1950’s. Over 15 vintage buses were touring around the city on Sunday 13 September […]

Read More >

TfL Confirms Delay to 24-hour Tube Launch

Transport for London (TfL) has announced that the highly-anticipated 24-hour London Underground service will not be launching on 12 September, as was originally planned.The delay comes as a result of ongoing talks between the transport body and trade unions, with a statement from TfL confirming that it won’t be possible to agree rosters and communicate […]

Read More >

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 […]

Read More >
< Previous
| Page 1 of 2 |
Next >
Top