The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, has 121 hectares of gardens and botanical glasshouses in southwest London. Visitors can explore beautiful landscapes, 250 years of history, climb to the treetops, delve into rainforest or enjoy a […]
Abellio London’s bus MD says farewell Paul McGowan, Abellio London and Surrey’s managing director, is to leave the group at the end of 2011.
London Bus Services Ltd (LBSL) has released its latest tender results, with a number of changes on routes across London. Metroline has retained its 43, 82, 90, 113/N113, 134, 214, E6 and W7 routes. The […]
Hertfordshire independent Sullivan Buses has won a further 10 vehicles worth of work as Transport for London (TfL) releases its latest tender results. The operator has acquired the 628/688 and 653/683 services from Arriva London […]
Driver denied wrongdoing after hitting pedestrian as bus was overhanging pavement An Arriva London bus driver who knocked down and killed a pedestrian on a pavement has been cleared of causing death by careless driving. […]
The CPT is launching a survey on coach parking within London next year during the Olympic Games, and how this will affect those planning to operate ‘non-Olympic’ services within the city.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced new measures aimed at reducing pollution. A No Engine Idling campaign will in the main target taxi drivers using some of the Capital’s busiest roads but will also address […]
Operations disrupted and vehicles destroyed in rioting Three vehicles were destroyed and others extensively damaged following rioting in London before disorder spread across cities in the Midlands and the north west of England, severely affecting […]
London’s largest free festival takes place on September 10–11 along the banks of the River Thames. The Mayor’s Thames Festival brings together people from all communities to celebrate the city and the river, with events […]