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Mayor announces increased parking times in London

20/11/2013

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has announced parking times will be increased at 600 parking bays across the capital.

Transport for London invests in lighting technology

16/01/2014

Harvard Engineering has secured a contract with Transport for London (TfL) to install a wireless monitoring and control system for street lighting across the capital’s busiest roads.

TfL invests £17m in cycle safety

27/01/2014

Transport for London (TfL) is investing more than £17 million to help improve cycle safety across the capital.

TfL to ban unsafe lorries from London’s roads

04/02/2014

Transport for London (TfL) has set out plans to make lorries safer for cyclists.

Cycle-level lights installed for first time in UK

04/02/2014

The first low level traffic signals specifically designed to help cyclists in the UK have been installed in London.

Hammersmith flyunder plan receives support from London Mayor

04/03/2014

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has thrown his support behind plans for a Hammersmith flyunder.

£4bn to be spent on transforming London’s roads

04/03/2014

The largest investment in London’s road and street network will see £4 billion spent on transforming the capital.

TfL to carry out world’s first trial of “intelligent” pedestrian crossing

07/03/2014

New pedestrian technology that is designed to make crossing the road easier and safer is set to be trialled for the first time ever by Transport for London (TfL).

Chiswick Bridge restoration set to begin

02/04/2014

Work to strengthen and refurbish the Grade II listed Chiswick Bridge will be carried out by Transport for London (TfL).

Virgin Media fined for unsafe working practices in London

08/05/2014

Transport for London (TfL) has successfully prosecuted Virgin Media for unsafe working practices that caused danger to the capital’s road users.

London could get £30bn underground ring road

13/05/2014

A 22-mile-long underground ring road could be built in central London.

Transport Commissioner welcomes road safety culture

24/06/2014

London’s Transport Commissioner Sir Peter Hendy CBE has praised a programme designed to ensure that a road safety culture is embedded across the construction industry.

Indra to modernise London’s Tunnels Control Centre

16/09/2014

Transport for London (TfL) has appointed Indra to supply new technology that will modernise the control and operation of 12 road tunnels and 90km of approach roads in the capital.  

Old Street roundabout to get overhaul

13/11/2014

Plans to radically redesign Old Street roundabout, transforming the area for cyclists and pedestrians and creating a new public space for all to enjoy, have been announced by the Mayor of London Boris Johnson.

AECOM to deliver FORS nationally

15/01/2015

Transport for London (TfL) has appointed AECOM to take over the management and operation of its Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS).

Unsafe lorries will be banned from London’s roads

09/02/2015

Lorries without safety equipment will be banned from London’s roads in an effort to protect cyclists and pedestrians.

Work starts on London’s Cycle Superhighway 2

17/02/2015

Work has started on a substantial upgrade of Cycle Superhighway 2 (CS2) in London.

TfL to rollout 20mph speed limits

16/03/2015

Transport for London (TfL) has outlined eight new sites for potential 20mph speed limits.

TfL’s £4bn road modernisation programme starts

25/03/2015

Transport for London (TfL) is taking a ‘Games-style’ approach to managing traffic as its £4 billion road modernisation programme gets underway.

Work to overhaul Elephant & Castle roundabout starts

10/04/2015

A £25 million project to overhaul Elephant & Castle northern roundabout in London is now underway.

TfL working with freight industry to retime deliveries

29/04/2015

Transport for London (TfL) is working in partnership with the freight industry to change how deliveries are made and keep the capital’s roads flowing.

Support for Wandsworth improvements

20/05/2015

Major improvements to Wandsworth Town Centre are gaining momentum with the public agreeing that radical change is needed.

TfL completes road improvements at Malden Rushett

29/05/2015

Transport for London (TfL) has completed major road improvements at Malden Rushett, Kingston.

Rogue lorries will be banned from London

03/06/2015

A ban on unsafe lorries in London will come into effect from 1 September 2015.

Cycle detection trials get underway

05/06/2015

Transport for London has begun trials of new technology to detect the volumes of cyclists at traffic signals.

Target set to halve road casualties in London by 2020

09/06/2015

The Mayor of London wants to halve the number of people killed and seriously injured (KSI) on the capital’s roads by 2020 compared to the government base line.

New Cycle Superhighway for London

10/06/2015

Work on London’s biggest “cycle-friendly zone” will start next month.

Hammersmith Flyover refurbishment enters final phase

02/07/2015

Major strengthening of the Hammersmith Flyover in west London has entered its final phase.

Restoration of Chiswick Bridge complete

07/07/2015

Transport for London (TfL) has completed the refurbishment of the Grade II listed Chiswick Bridge.

TfL to make Tooting and Peckham safer for pedestrians

17/07/2015

Transport for London (TfL) is set to invest between £2 and £5 million in an effort to improve pedestrian safety in both Tooting and Peckham.

Work starts on London’s Cycle Superhighway 1

21/07/2015

VolkerHighways has started work on London’s Cycle Superhighway 1 (CS1) on behalf of Transport for London (TfL).

Refurbishment of Hammersmith Flyover completed

04/09/2015

Work on the £100m refurbishment of Hammersmith Flyover has been completed.

A406 Fore Street tunnel refurbishment completed

04/11/2015

Transport for London (TfL) has completed a major refurbishment of the Fore Street tunnel, in north London.

Mayor sets out plans for new river crossings in London

02/12/2015

The Mayor of London – Boris Johnson – has set out plans to transform cross-river travel in the capital with 13 new tunnels and bridges proposed.

Traffic information to be displayed on taxis in London

07/12/2015

Road traffic information will be displayed on taxi-top digital advertising boards in a trial aimed at cutting congestion in London. 

TfL wins premier road safety award

15/12/2015

Transport for London’s (TfL’s) Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety (CLOCS) programme has been awarded the Premier Prince Michael International Road Safety Award.

Skelley awarded OBE in New Year’s Honours List

04/01/2016

Dana Skelley, director of asset management for surface transport at Transport for London (TfL), has been recognised with an OBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list for services to transport in the capital.

TfL making improvements at Bow Interchange

13/01/2016

Transport for London (TfL) has begun construction of safety improvements for pedestrians and cyclists at the Bow Interchange in east London.

TfL launches Streetscape Guidance

10/02/2016

Transport for London (TfL) has launched the third edition of its Streetscape Guidance, which features a toolkit that can be used to exercise best practice design and create high quality links and places across the capital.

TfL awards funding for street-improvement trials

24/02/2016

Four schemes that will transform streets in the capital have been awarded grants as part of Transport for London’s (TfL’s) Future Streets Incubator Fund.

FM Conway and TfL launch asphalt trial

23/03/2016

Leading infrastructure services company FM Conway has launched a trial with Transport for London (TfL) to test the use of a high recycled asphalt mix for the surface course of a strategic road.

Blackwall Tunnel resurfaced after major fuel spillage

25/05/2016

Transport for London (TfL) were forced to close the northbound Blackwall Tunnel for most of Tuesday (24 May) after leaking fluid from a mobile crane caused damage to a 1.1km stretch of the carriageway.

Quietway opens in London

15/06/2016

London’s first Quietway route, a continuous sign-posted route which links Greenwich and Waterloo by quieter backstreet roads, is now open.

BT fined £8,000 for dangerous roadworks

28/06/2016

British Telecom (BT) has been ordered to pay more than £8,000 for “dangerous and disruptive” roadworks, which took place on the Transport for London (TfL) network.

Vodafone prosecuted for mismanaging streetworks

05/07/2016

Transport for London (TfL) has successfully prosecuted telecommunications company Vodafone as part of its commitment to ensure roadworks are completed on time.

London Mayor: Press on with Cycle Superhighway 11 plans

03/08/2016

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is pressing ahead with plans for Cycle Superhighway 11 between Swiss Cottage and the West End.

LGA: Give councils power to adopt lane rental schemes

15/08/2016

The Local Government Association (LGA) has called for councils to be given powers to introduce lane rental schemes in order to minimise disruption caused by roadworks.

Gyratory plans form part of King’s Cross improvements

06/09/2016

Plans to improve roads and pedestrian facilities in King’s Cross, London, have gained support from the majority of people living in the area.   

TfL prosecutes utility firm for mismanaging streetworks

21/09/2016

Transport for London (TfL) has successfully prosecuted energy company London Power Networks, a subsidiary of UK Power Networks, for failing to serve required notices before works.

Vodafone fined for mismanaging streetworks

04/10/2016

Transport for London (TfL) has prosecuted telecommunications company Vodafone for the second time this year as part of its commitment to ensure that roadworks cause as little disruption as possible to road users. 

TfL agrees roadside advertising deal

11/10/2016

Transport for London will generate at least £13 million to reinvest in the capital’s transport network after agreeing a deal with Outdoor Plus to bring digital advertising screens to road underpasses.

Mayor sets out plans to tackle London’s road congestion

22/11/2016

The Mayor of London has vowed to tackle the capital’s road congestion through a series of measures.

Mayor invests £220m in London transport improvements

15/12/2016

More than £200 million will be spent on transport, town centre and public space improvements in London over the next two years.

Contractors to deliver £500m civils deal on behalf of TfL

05/01/2017

Costain, Morgan Sindall and Skanska will deliver £500 million worth of improvements to the capital's road network on behalf of Transport for London (TfL).

Aimsun unveils new modelling project with TfL

04/04/2019

Aimsun announced at Traffex that it has entered an agreement with Transport for London (TfL) to convert the London One Model into Aimsun Next traffic modelling software.

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