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TfL orders world-first hydrogen double-decker buses to help tackle London’s toxic air

Bus| May 16, 2019

Twenty British-built zero-emission hydrogen buses, from Wrightbus in Northern Ireland, will arrive next year.

Transport for London, ViaVan partner on demand-response bus service

Mobility| February 21, 2019

Using an app, riders will select their pick-up and drop-off location to book a ride in a unified fleet of vehicles that seat up to 14.

Management & Operations| January 24, 2019

London transport's innovative advertising methods generate $195M

Strategies included introducing full-motion cross-platform screens, which customers can watch when standing on station platforms.

Rail| January 16, 2019

London's light rail network to use automatic braking system

Work began on the feasibility of introducing this new safety measure shortly after a tragic crash in Croydon in November 2016.

Rail| November 28, 2018

Siemens to design, build next-generation Tube trains

From 2023, new spacious Inspiro London trains will be delivered for testing on the Piccadilly line.

Rail| March 27, 2018

TfL completes biggest test of new Tube signaling system

Work to transform the world's oldest metro into one of the most modern is now well underway, and once complete it will improve reliability and boost capacity on 40% of the Tube network.

Management & Operations| October 25, 2017

TfL’s free open data boosts London's economy by up to $170M a year

More than 600 apps are now being powered specifically using TfL's open data feeds used by 42% of Londoners.

Security and Safety | August 17, 2017

Transport for London testing tech to improve bus safety

A new “Vision Zero” approach aims for no one to be killed in or by a London bus by 2030, and for deaths and serious injuries from road collisions to be eliminated from London's streets by 2041.

Rail| July 6, 2017

Map to help people with claustrophobia, anxiety navigate London Tube

The new map shows customers routes they can take to avoid areas with large stretches of tunnels.

Rail| November 30, 2016

Bombardier plant hosts royal visit from HRH The Duke of Cambridge

During his visit, His Royal Highness was given a site tour and inspected the company's assembly of Elizabeth line trains, where he met manufacturing, welding and painting apprentices.

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