Following on from yesterday’s look back at the first six months of 2018, we continue our review of the year with a round-up of the biggest news stories from the last six months.
Crossrail, London’s new east to west railway service, may be delayed even further and could require a £2billion funding boost, Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed.
Works to transform the streets and public areas in and around Abbey Wood Station continue to make good progress.
The delays to Crossrail will have a significant economic impact on Bexley residents, a councillor has warned.
A Transport for London worker from Bexley who sexually assaulted a female coach driver after luring her into the basement toilets at Victoria Coach Station has been jailed for 12 months.
The first trains have been on trial test runs to Abbey Wood on Crossrail’s new Elizabeth line at speeds up to 60mph.
Workers at a service providing vital transportation to elderly and vulnerable people across the capital are going out on strike tomorrow (May 1) in an ongoing row about new work schedules.
An annual apprenticeship information event attracted more than 800 young people and their families on Monday (March 12).
Resurfacing work on Gravel Hill and its junctions with Albion Road, Broadway and Walting Street will begin this evening, and will last, weather permitting, for approximately 16 nights.