Tag Archives: Transport for London

Low emission zones among TfL funding announcement

Low emission zones

The Mayor of London, London Councils and Transport for London (TfL) have recently announced a substantial funding pot of £766,000 for three local boroughs to improve their air quality. The project is being dubbed as the ‘Neighbourhoods of the Future’ and includes a new school low emission zone in Camden, electric charging points for Hackney, a zero emission street and ... Read More »

Lack of road maintenance spending could hit London’s profitability, says FTA


The FTA (Freight Transport Association), which represents more than 16.000 of the UK’s logistics businesses, says the Mayor’s announcement of a freeze on non-essential road repairs could cause damage and delays which will have a disastrous impact on the capital’s ongoing financial profitability. The Deputy Mayor for Transport, Val Shawcross, has announced that all non-essential road improvements in the Capital ... Read More »

Updated: Ford announce Chariot ride-sharing service to hit London streets

Chariot commuter service

Ford Motor Company confirm plans that their ride-sharing service, “Chariot”, will be heading to the streets of London once their application has been accepted. The ride-sharing service start-up was bought by Ford in September 2016 for an estimated £50m, with versions of the service already operating in 4 US cities including Austin, Seattle, New York and San Francisco who’s services ... Read More »

Ford announce names for their Chariot commuter shuttle services

Chariot commuter service

Ford’s Chariot commuter shuttle service is set to hit the streets of London after confirming earlier this month that they had plans in mind for 6 London routes. The car giant said it is planning six initial routes for the capital, which have now been published by Transport for London (TfL) in its London service permit bulletin, and are now open ... Read More »

London Mayor announces ULEZ will start in 2019

World’s first Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will operate from 8 April 2019 in Central London. The 24-hour ULEZ will replace the T-charge, tightening standards and affecting up to 60,000 vehicles per day. The Mayor of London today announced plans for the next major stage of his hard-hitting measures to help tackle London’s lethal air pollution and dramatically reduce harmful emissions ... Read More »