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London transport agency struggles with Crossrail costs and stalled passenger numbers
Car-booking service can continue to operate during any appeals process
City’s transport agency wants more information on passenger protection and driver vetting
Amount left on cards soars after the launch of contactless payments
Signalling and station completion problems push opening to March 2021
British companies use Chinese technology to power up in new age of public transport
“Why did the fiancial [sic] times let her write for them? She seems hopeless with money”.
Your iPhone can turn you into a criminal, it turns out.
When my phone died I couldn’t prove that I had bought a bus ticket with Apple Pay
Move threatens to disrupt business for US company in one of its most important markets
Court hears judicial review challenge over mayor’s decision to extend levy on private hire cars
Data will create detailed pictures of how commuters use transport network
Competition intensifies in one of the world’s largest taxi markets
It feels like an oven down there because it is — London clay is cooking us on our commutes
How can urban centres be made more accessible to all?
Data will be used to better understand how passengers move around the transport network
Official figures reveal outlay on project labelled a ‘folly’ by opponents
TfL says government cash injection could rise to £2.45bn
Postponement piles pressure on the capital’s cash-strapped transport authorities
Transport for London delays station upgrades as costs of original Crossrail project mount
Ride-hailing group wants to work with Transport for London and compete with Citymapper
Departure comes amid reports government was preparing to sack him