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Strike action on the railway and at airports through the summer likely to be very disruptive.
Transport for London has been celebrating two decades of the iconic Oyster card.
As TfL officially marks one year of the Elizabeth line today (Monday 19 June) at an event in Thamesmead, the capital’s transport watchdog, London TravelWatch, comments:
15 million Day Travelcards were sold last year, highlighting that demand for this type of ticket remains very high.
The Mayor is exploring the option of withdrawing Day Travelcards. If withdrawn, Day Travelcards would no longer be sold or accepted by TfL.
After disruptive strike action on London Underground and national rail services this week, passenger watchdog London TravelWatch calls for an end to the disputes. More dates for strike action on trains are set for Saturday 18 and Thursday 30 March, as well as Saturday 1 April.
Transport watchdog London TravelWatch today (Wednesday 15 March) publishes a report revealing that many Londoners are being left behind by digital technology.
The new Southeastern timetable has had a rocky start. The company is listening to concerns and addressing shortcomings, but needs to work hard to win over passengers.
London's passenger watchdog responds to a story featured in the Sunday Telegraph about rail fares and ticketing reform.
London's passenger watchdog responds to reports first featured in The Sun newspaper that HS2 may be curtailed. Instead of services ending at Euston station, Old Oak Common would be the last stop.
Transport for London today (Wednesday 18 January) announced they will be increasing fares by 5.9%.