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In brief
Crossrail Limited announced this week that it intends to appoint Bechtel Limited as the Project Delivery Partner for the Crossrail project. As... continue
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In brief
Transport for London has scrapped the Greenwich Waterfront Transit scheme as part of its drive to cut costs. It follows the cancellation last year of... continue
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Media Monitor
Meera Rambissoon
Maternity leave and redundancy must be handled with utmost care by transport firms Recession-stricken transport firms can make women on maternity... continue
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People Lead Story
The departure of London underground managing director Tim O’Toole at the end of next month will leave a gap in management that Transport for... continue
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Business Comment
The figures are finally out. The cost of replacing bendy buses on three of London’s bus routes could cost Transport for London and, ultimately,... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
The cost of converting three London bus routes from bendy bus operation to conventional vehicles will cost up to £3m per year, Transport for... continue
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People
Transport for London has announced that Tim O'Toole CBE, the managing director of London Underground since 2003, is stepping down to return to the... continue
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Bus News
Transport for London is moving ahead with its plans to introduce a 21st century successor to the Routemaster bus with the publishing of a notice in... continue
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Rail News
London mayor Boris Johnson and transport secretary Geoff Hoon have reached a deal that will allow a further extension to the East London Line. The... continue
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Bus News
Transport for London has published a notice in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) inviting bus manufacturers to express an interest in... continue
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Regular News
Transport for London commissioner Peter Hendy has given his first interview since Boris Johnson ousted Ken Livingstone as mayor of London in May last... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
London’s public transport network was paralysed this week after heavy snow led to the suspension of the capital’s bus system and major... continue
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People
London mayor Boris Johnson has made  several changes to the Transport for London board. Daniel Moylan will be joining Christopher Ga... continue
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Letters to the Editor
By Dorian Baker, Bath
Some members of the GLA want to hear “one convincing argument why London needs a new double decker bus” (Transit January 9). I hesitate... continue
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Rail News
Transport for London has said that its next task, now that the latest extension to the Docklands Light Railway has opened, is to increase system... continue
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Lead Story
By Andrew Garnett
Pledges for high speed rail investment linked to the government’s announcement of the go-ahead for a third Heathrow runway have opened up the... continue
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Lead Story
By Mary Bonar
Edinburgh’s first tram line is now under construction. After years of lobbying, Manchester has funding for Phase 3a, although further funding... continue
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John Nelson
My four decades in the railways have seen too many changes. The nationalised industry that I joined in 1968 has been commercialised, privatised,... continue
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Regular Feature
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Opinion
It is probably safe to say that there have been very few public competitions to design a new type of bus, but that is what London mayor Boris Johnson... continue
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