TfL have reworked the Fares and Ticketing section of their website. The general layout and structuring has been reworked and a new single fare finder. Most importantly, at least for those mourning the loss of the Fares Book, we now have a complete set of Fare Tables on the site. The fares section of the TfL site has been increasingly in need of a refresh – especially given the growth of Oyster (including its extension to National Rail) and the tweaks to fares and off-peak rules in recent ...
JB’s recent posting concerning the building work for Tesco at Elmers End prompted me to check the position of another Tesco project that we have been keeping our eye on – the proposed development at Redhill with its significant knock effects to the development of the former West London Joint Railway Line from Clapham Junction to Willesden. The following table shows the process required to secure planning permission, assuming that is that the decision is not called in by central ...
With snow dominating much of the transport-related headlines, it is easy to forget that London is now ten days into arguably the largest expansion of the Oyster ticketing system since it first launched. As a result, it is probably worth taking a quick look at what appears to be the situation so far. A Far-flung Infrastructure In infrastructure terms, the launch of Oyster PAYG on National Rail appears to have gone relatively smoothly. TfL indicate that overall they were satisfied with the ...
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