Tube replacement buses cost £11.6m

A "staggering" £11.6 million has been spent on replacement buses because of engineering work on one of London Underground's lines, it was revealed today.

Tube disruption 'every weekend till Olympics'

London Underground services will be disrupted every weekend until just before the Olympics in 2012, a report claimed today.

TfL accused of lying over unmanned Tube stations

Transport for London was today accused of "lying" over staffing levels on the Tube after the biggest rail union said a leaked document showed some stations were being left unmanned.

Livingstone urges Mayor to take action over Tube chaos

London's Mayor was today pressed to take urgent action to tackle the mounting delays and disruption on London Underground as passengers suffered fresh problems.

Tube passengers hit as body found on line

London Underground passengers faced fresh delays today when services were disrupted on three lines in the morning rush hour.

Tube drivers in strike vote over Boxing Day pay

Drivers on London Underground are to vote on industrial action in a row over Boxing Day pay, threatening fresh disruption on the Tube, it was learned today.

Unions offer to lift threat of Christmas Tube strikes

Leaders of striking London Underground workers today offered to lift the threat of disruption over Christmas and the New Year as a war of words erupted over the effect of the latest walkout on jobs.

Unions to begin third Tube strike

Millions of passengers will face more misery on the Tube today when two transport unions begin another 24-hour strike on the London Underground (LU).

Third Tube strike set to bring travel misery

Millions of commuters face travel disruption tomorrow as a third 24-hour strike on London Underground (LU) begins.

Cyclo-therapy: 'Boris bikes have blown fresh air into the gloom of a city renowned for its moody commuters'

Anyone living outside London is probably fed up of hearing about the infernal failures of the city's transport network. We do like a moan. But, while the arteries of our road, rail and tube systems develop an acute case of angina, a two-wheeled success story has given us cause for cheer.

Tube services suffer further problems

London Underground services suffered fresh delays today after passengers' bags were caught in the doors of new trains.

Go-Ahead poaches new chief executive from TfL

The chief executive of the rail and bus giant Go-Ahead, Keith Ludeman, is to be replaced by Transport for London's divisional head David Brown.

Signal failure hits Tube passengers

Thousands of London Underground passengers suffered fresh disruption today when a Tube line to the City was suspended because of a signal failure.

The Last Word: Forget Wayne, United fans must resume Glazers fight

Rooney saga ends with all parties satisfied so now is the time for Old Trafford regulars to learn from Liverpool and prove fan power really works

Tube boss apologises after travel chaos

London Underground's managing director Mike Brown apologised to Tube passengers after two days of disruption which saw thousands of travellers led along tracks through underground tunnels after trains failed.

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