Wildflowers to appear in London as TfL launch scheme

If you’ve been out and about across London over the last few days and have noticed a bit more greenery on the roads, here’s why.  Transport for London (TfL) has launched its... Read more »

Ahead of the first anniversary of the expansion of London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) to cover a much larger area, RAC analysis of Transport for London (TfL) figures* reveals the move has generated an estimated £93.6m of additional revenue from drivers of non-compliant vehicles having to pay £12.50 a day

  The data shows that from the beginning of November 2021 until June 2022 – a period of eight months – an average of 1.9m journeys were made into the zone every... Read more »

TfL Santander e-bikes rolled out across capital – South London News

By Joe Talora, Local Democracy Reporter Rental e-bikes were rolled out across London yesterday as part of TfL’s Santander cycle hire scheme. A total of 500 electric powered bikes will be available... Read more »

Chloe Kelly: TfL name iconic bus to honour England Lioness

“I may well have been one of the drivers taking Chloe to Wembley – it’s such an amazing feeling knowing I might have had a very small part in facilitating her ambition.”... Read more »

TfL long term funding settlement

Following my statement to the House on 13 July (2022), I am writing to update the House that today we have agreed a new longer-term funding settlement between Transport for London (TfL)... Read more »

Ballymore and TfL strike deal to redevelop town centre

The 7.5-acre Broadwalk Shopping Centre, acquired by Ballymore in 2020, is key to unlocking the regeneration of the town centre. By working with TfL, which owns much of the neighbouring land including... Read more »

TfL announces new name and sponsor for London Cable Car – South London News

By Hermia Rhodes Transport for London (TfL) has announced that the London Cable Car will be sponsored by a new company. The IFS will sponsor the cable car for a minimum of... Read more »

TfL advertising policy restricting the advertisement of junk foods could save lives and NHS money

Junk food advertising restrictions on Transport for London (TfL) networks have prevented almost 100,000 obesity cases and is expected to save the NHS over £200 million, according to new research. The new... Read more »

TfL given one week to consider Government’s ‘final’ funding offer

T fL has been given one week to decide whether to accept the Government’s “final offer” of a long-term funding settlement. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps confirmed on Thursday evening he had accepted... Read more »

TfL to introduce cooling systems for Tube lines after record-breaking heatwave – South London News

By Joe Talora, Local Democracy Reporter Transport for London (TfL) has begun trials of a cooling system for deep-level Tube lines which it hopes could bring down temperatures for passengers and reduce... Read more »