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  • Planned closure of ticket offices at 51 London Overground stations

    In September 2017, we announced that the London Overground’s operator, Arriva Rail London (ARL) was proposing to review and modernise the way it delivers customer service. The way customers pay for travel has changed rapidly as they embrace new technology, creating an opportunity to improve... More
    Opened today
  • Proposed updates to London Service Permit guidance

    Through his Transport Strategy (MTS) the Mayor has committed to improving life in London, by promoting a good public transport experience, tackling air quality, introducing the Healthy Streets Approach and encouraging growth in cycling and walking. The Mayor’s aim is to reduce Londoners’... More
    Opened 1 week ago
  • Proposed changes to the junction of A205 Dulwich Common and A2215 Lordship Lane

    We are proposing to introduce formal pedestrian crossing arrangements at this junction as part of the Mayor’s commitment to making London’s streets more comfortable to walk and cycle. Our plan is to make this busy three-way junction on the South Circular more accessible... More
    Opened 1 week ago
  • Have your say on our proposal for a new second entrance to Southwark Underground station on Greet Street

    We opened Southwark Station in 1999 as part of the Jubilee Line Extension which successfully connected Southwark to the tube network. The station is getting busier, with more passengers entering and exiting the station each year. It needs increased space to allow for growth in... More
    Opened 1 week ago
  • Proposed changes to bus routes 384, 292 and 606 in Barnet

    Currently there is no direct TfL bus service that links one side of Barnet to the other between Barnet Town Centre/Barnet Hospital and Mill Hill/Edgware. However there is local demand for this service. What are we proposing? Route 384 i) Extend to... More
    Opened 2 weeks ago
  • Proposed changes to bus routes 88 and C2

    The way people travel around London is constantly changing and it is important that we have a public transport system that reflects that, as well as supporting the social and economic growth of the Capital. We review the bus network regularly to ensure services remain efficient,... More
    Opened 1 month ago
  • Have your say on proposed changes to the Congestion Charge

    London’s Congestion Charge, when it was first introduced in 2003, was a huge success. There was a 15 per cent reduction in traffic in the Congestion Charge zone, which led to a 30 per cent reduction in congestion, as well as improvements in air quality. Without a doubt, congestion in... More
    Opened 3 months ago
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