30 days closure spread over two years.
Rounding up today’s news.
A truly delightful performance on the Charing Cross-Greenwich train.
Passengers add to delays by walking on tracks.
A 72-metre-long, 1200 tonne railway bridge now graces Borough High Street.
TfL has launched an investigation after the doors of a Victoria line train apparently opened while it was travelling between stations.
Photographer Julian Gajewski sent us this picture of a forlorn-looking Metropolitan line train being taken away by truck at the end of its working life.
Boris Johnson has again invoked the prospect of driverless Tube trains as a way of permanently beating the strikes.
Photo by crashcalloway from the Londonist Flickr pool If you’re feeling at all unwell don’t travel by First Capital Connect, or make sure there’s a qualified first aider in your carriage. After a man collapsed at St Alban’s station a few weeks ago and FCC …
As a prelude to the introduction of one moquette to rule them all London Transport Museum hosts an evening about the history and future of its iconic seat covering fabric this week. The designers of the new textile will talk and there is a guided …
Photo / cakehole Transport for London are investigating after a driverless engineering train was allowed to run for almost four miles early this morning. The train became uncoupled as it was towed along between Archway and Warren Street stations, at around 6.40am, and trundled along …