Transport for London (TfL) has shed more light on the role of its consultancy arm in the works, saying today that it is exploring new commercial avenues through releasing open data. The transport body makes its information, spanning timetables, service status and disruption, publicly accessible. And according to a report out today by Deloitte for the transport body, that generates £130m in economic benefits and savings to the capital each year. As well as working with developers to identify ...
In our previous article on the cancellation of London Underground’s World Class Capacity programme we looked at the reasons for its cancellation. Now it is time to look at exactly what has been cancelled and what can be salvaged from the aborted programme.
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