Ridership figures from first day of the Elizabeth Line

The transformational Elizabeth line opened today (Tuesday 24 May) with tens of thousands of customers making fast and seamless journeys through the heart of London. The new railway, which is supporting faster journeys across London, and new jobs and economic growth throughout the country, is the most significant addition to the capital’s transport network for […]

Elizabeth Line is now open

The Elizabeth Line is now open as of 6.30am, Tuesday 24 May. The line opened with large crowds and celebrating, with people travelling for miles to be the first to experience the new trains. The Elizabeth Line will transform travel across London and the South East by dramatically improving transport links, cutting journey times, providing […]

TfL consultation on extending ULEZ London-wide

TfL have proposed expanding the ULEZ to go London wide in 2023, as it believes this will tackle and reduce toxic levels of air pollution.  A consultation has opened for people to share their views. Vehicles that don’t meet ULEZ pollution standards will be deterred from entering the ULEZ with a £12.50 a day charge, […]

24 hour Tube strike expected 6 June

A tube strke is planned by the RMT union on Monday 6 June. Around 4,000 drivers are expected to strike, over pension and suspected job losses. This comes just after the Jubilee weekend celebrations Read more

TfL extend e-scooter trail until November

Government is expected to confirm legislation to regulate e-scooters too, based on the transport bill After a successful pilot, TfL and London councils are extending their e-scooter trial, testing if this is a viable form of transport to introduce to London as an alternative to cars. Data from trials so far suggests that e-scooters could […]

UK Covid alert level down from 4 to 3

UK Chief Medical Officers and NHS England Medical Director have recommended to ministers that COVID Alert Level should move down from level 4 to level 3. The current BA.2 driven Omicron wave is subsiding. Direct COVID-19 healthcare pressures continue to decrease in all nations and ONS community positivity estimates continue to decrease. Variants are unlikely […]

Two-way traffic works on Gower Street

Gower Street will change to two-way traffic from Saturday 21 May New information from West End Project: Gower Street will change to two-way traffic between Grafton Way and Euston Road from Saturday 21 May and will affect accessibility and routes around Fitzrovia for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians.  Preparation works begin Thursday 12 May For minor […]

Queen’s Speech and Legislation 2022 – for businesses

On May 10, the latest Parliament legislation was unveiled for the year ahead by HRH Prince of Wales. The Prince of Wales delivered the speech in the Her Majesty The Queen’s absence. The governments’ aim is to grow and strengthen the economy, and help to ease the cost of living for families in the UK. […]

Climate connectors: can you help a local project?

Do you think you can support these local climate projects in Camden? The CCCA are working with Think & Do Camden to help businesses fulfil their Camden Climate Pledge commitments by supporting local community projects and schools in the borough.  Current business support needed:  Educational Green Lab – Brecknock Primary School is seeking to empower young […]

Help restore the Soho Poly theatre

Soho Poly appeal

Donate to Soho Poly today Gain access to free local arts space for your employees on your businesses’ doorstep Founded in 1972, the Soho Poly was London’s leading Fringe theatre and an important part of Fitzrovia’s artistic heritage. The theatre provided access to the arts for all, giving the spotlight to underrepresented writers, particularly women. […]