Topic: TfL

London Overground name game is nothing new

All change. Londoners have only really just become familiar with the Overground, the bright orange addition to their enviable public transport network. The uniformly branded Overground is a collection of surface rail services, adopted by...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton
Docklands Light Railway train with Canary Wharf skyscrapers in the background

Finally a railway plan for the east of London

Despite funding fears, Transport for London (TfL) and its stakeholder partners are progressing public transport proposals for the under-served communities of Thamesmead and Beckton Riverside in the east of London. The proposals, which are subject...Read more
|1 comment|author: Simon Walton
Their Royal Highnesses receive personalised roundels from Transport for London

Crowning achievement for British railways

Saturday (6 May) saw Britain’s King Charles attend the most bling-worthy hat fitting in the world. The last time London faced up to the prospect of a ceremonial coronation, the successor of the Coronation Scot...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton
London Underground roundel at the Entrance to London Victoria Underground Station

Transport for London could be nationalised

UK government bail-outs for Transport for London could soon come to an abrupt end, with the entire integrated transit network taken into public ownership. That’s the stark possibility as the capital’s commuter network continues to...Read more
|4 comments|author: Simon Walton

London transport deal needed says RIA

A multi-year deal is best for London and the UK, says the Railway Industry Association. The body that represents the interests of the railway supply chain has written an open letter to the transport secretary...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton