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Too much traffic for me to cycle in London, says Met Police chief Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe

Comments come after series of bike deaths in the capital

For disabled travellers, the loss of tube staff gives reason to worry

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Boris Johnson's £60m cable cars used regularly by just four commuters

Emirates Air Line had just four Oyster card holders using it more than five times during one week in October

The well-known warning message on the London underground

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Black line on the map named commuter's least favourite by far while Jubilee named Londoner’s favourite

Costain order book jumps 20 per cent to a record £2.9bn

Civil engineering firm boosted by new contracts ranging from Crossrail to Thames Water's upgrading of mains system

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The upturn in the London and South-East housing market is pushing through to sales of upmarket stoves and cookers, Aga Rangemaster said today.

A new routemaster double decker bus passes Piccadilly Circus in London on its first first day of service

London bus cash fares may be axed

Oyster ‘credit card’ scheme could be brought it so passengers can make extra journey even if they have insufficient funds and pay back later.

Users of London’s “Boris Bikes” face disruption this morning after workers on the cycle-hire scheme began a 48-hour strike following a dispute with employers Serco Group over alleged poor working conditions

‘Boris Bike’ workers go on strike over wages

Serco Group employees are also protesting against alleged poor working conditions

Brompton Road Tube station was shut in 1934

For sale: Spacious wartime bunker, good transport links

MoD deems that disused Brompton Road Tube station is no longer an operational necessity

Easy money: the Sage payment app

Is a cashless society really on the cards?

The next wave of cash-free technology will see you paying for your plumber with a smartphone. Or will it, asks Chris Beanland?

Boris Johnson taking one of the first rides on the Emirates Air Line last year

Clause in Emirates Air Line contract prevents Boris Johnson and TfL from doing deals with Israel or criticising UAE

A further clause in the contract, obtained through a Freedom of Information request, agrees that TfL will adhere to UAE's foreign policy in its future dealings

Philippine Degerin-Ricard was riding a 'Boris bike' when she was hit by a lorry and killed.

Family mourns first ‘Boris Bike’ death as victim named

French student Philippine De Gerin-Ricard, 20, was knocked down and killed by a lorry

TfL Commissioner Sir Peter Hendy received performance award of £168,640 for 2011/12

Olympic Games bonuses revealed for London transport bosses

TfL Commissioner Sir Peter Hendy received performance award of £168,640 for 2011/12

Hammersmith flyover kicks off Costain's £200m TfL deal

London commuters who suffered the nightmare of last year's five-month closure and lane restrictions on the Hammersmith flyover must hope that yesterday's £60m strengthening contract awarded to Costain causes far less disruption.

The number of cases of violence against individuals on the Tube rose last year.

Rise in violent offences on London Underground

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