A double-decker bus crashed into a railway bridge, almost slicing off its roof, after the driver took a wrong turn.
Kenji Hirasawa said his partner Min Joo Lee and the driver of the lorry were both victims of poor road layout and transport policy
News comes as three friends took a Boris Bike up Mont Ventoux in France and got it back to the capital with 22 seconds to spare
London Underground has inspired a new clothing line that uses motifs familiar to more than just commuters, says Rebecca Gonsalves
Comments come after series of bike deaths in the capital
It doesn't matter where they are, but having someone to help is vital
Emirates Air Line had just four Oyster card holders using it more than five times during one week in October
Black line on the map named commuter's least favourite by far while Jubilee named Londoner’s favourite
The next wave of cash-free technology will see you paying for your plumber with a smartphone. Or will it, asks Chris Beanland?
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
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
A Christian group promoting “gay cure” therapies has lost its bid to sue Transport for London (TfL) after Boris Johnson refused to allow their adverts on London buses.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been given a gift every pregnant woman travelling on the London Underground probably needs - a “Baby on board” badge.
A Christian group who believe gay men and women can be “cured” of their homosexual leanings is taking London Underground to court over an advert that was banned from the city’s buses and trains.
TfL has reportedly fast-tracked proposals following the success of the Olympics timetable