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Money needed over the next decade to cover pandemic recovery and capital spending, Andy Byford argues
BAI secures Underground 4G contract and plans citywide fibre upgrade
Unions warn of industrial action while mayor labels government plan a ‘gross misuse’ of money
Agreement requires £300m savings this year and up to £1bn annual income-raising measures
Changes in working habits mean many commuters will no longer be using railways as often as before pandemic
Capital seeks £3.1bn package for 2021/22, £1.5bn for following year and £1.6bn annually for 2023-30
£1.8bn will keep Tube and buses running for six months as new lockdown hits TfL’s finances
Mayor Sadiq Khan says government must provide £4.9bn rescue package to keep TfL running
Mayor Sadiq Khan told he must accept ministerial demands, including higher fares, if he wants bailout
Government ties conditions to funding extension for London’s transport network
Decision citing ‘potential public safety consequences’ comes week after Uber wins battle to keep running in capital
Mayor says funds are needed to keep the capital’s transport system going for the next 18 months
Transport figures cast doubt over prime minister’s assertion of ‘huge numbers’ back at work
Pandemic intensifies engineering problems at one of Europe’s largest infrastructure projects
Capital’s network hit by sharp drop in passenger revenues during lockdown
London mayor names expert panel despite study being carried out by government after £1.6bn rescue
Maintaining social distancing and running full services poses financial and practical problems
Row over bailout reignites tensions between government and city’s local authority
Mayor Sadiq Khan had warned of cuts to Tube and bus services without extra funding
Images of packed Tube trains and buses draw warnings but TfL reports modest rise in journeys
Their critical public service has a price attached. Seamus Murphy photographs these key workers
While tube and bus usage is down massively, bike-sharing seems to have become something of a lockdown hobby.
London Underground and other locally run services were excluded from previous coronavirus aid packages
London mayor wants to renegotiate £2bn of existing loans with government to ease cash flow
Move comes after Moody’s predicts £400m blow to transport network’s income