Transport for London

4G goes live on the London Underground

The first trials to bring 4G to the London Underground transport system are now live, offering connectivity to commuters travelling between Westminster and Canning Town stations.

Uber fails to meet London’s standards once again

Uber is a firm which is never too far away from controversy, and it has opened a new chapter in the UK as Transport for London (TfL) has refused to grant the firm a new private hire operator’s licence.

London Underground to implement wifi for Olympics

London’s underground users will gain broadband access for the duration of summer 2012 after a contract was awarded to Virgin Media to provide public access wifi at up to 120 tube station platforms. The firm said that the implementation will come at no cost to the fare or taxpayer.

London tube gets smart posters

Travellers on the London’s public transport network could soon be using their phones to help them get about, as Transport for London (TFL) unveils a trial of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. The three-month trial, centred around Blackfriars London Underground station, will see NFC embedded in a number of smart posters. When a NFC-enabled mobile […]


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