London TravelWatch has launched a campaign to encourage Londoners to provide feedback on the various changes made to streets by TfL and local councils, which are designed to help make walking and cycling easier and safer during the current pandemic and beyond.
Six months on from lockdown
|Watchdog publishes map with less busy alternatives to popular Tube stations
Transport users wanting to travel north to south across London will now be able to see at a glance how they can often make their journey without using the Tube thanks to a new series of travel hacks produced by London’s transport watchdog.
|Part time season tickets are needed to help commuters back to work
As commuters await this week’s announcement about how much rail fares will rise in January 2021, London’s transport watchdog has called for an overhaul of the out of date fares system to stop the current season ticket lottery and recognise the changing needs of commuters, many of whom no longer need to travel into London every day. Business group, London First has added to the watchdog’s calls for change.
Responding to the suggestion that free train, Tube and bus rides are being considered to ...
As the Government prepares to launch its campaign to encourage more people to return to work in ...
Young people across London have shared their concerns over the axing of free Oyster Zip card ...
Responding to the Prime Minister’s announcement this morning, London TravelWatch Director, ...
London’s extensive public transport system stretches out to all parts of the capital. Even ...