Patronage at London’s newest station nearly 30% up on forecast
450,000 passengers are expected to use Lea Bridge station in its first year since opening in May 2016; a 27.8% increase on the 352,000 numbers forecast. Continue reading Patronage at London’s newest station nearly 30% up on forecast
Rail derives little value from property development says ex-TfL chief
Rail derives little or no value from property development schemes as the industry is barred from owning non operational land for non rail purposes, says former TfL deputy chairman Daniel Moylan. Continue reading Rail derives little value from property development says ex-TfL chief
Good rail results for TfL
Population and economic growth again set new passenger journey records for London Underground, but bus journeys continue to flat-line and are now lower than five years ago. These are just some of the findings from TfL’s latest annual report & accounts for the year ended 31 March 2016. Continue reading Good rail results for TfL
A sign of things to come?
Within days of becoming London’s new mayor, Sadiq Khan instructed TfL to ban adverts dealing with what it calls ‘body confidence issues’. Continue reading A sign of things to come?
Londoners take three times more than anyone else
On a per capita basis, expenditure on rail in London is at least three times higher than in the English regions. Continue reading Londoners take three times more than anyone else