Kulveer Ranger - Articles and news items

Real time digital bus information proves a hit with Londoners

Industry news, News  •  1 December 2011  •  Transport for London (TfL)

Over 10,000 requests a day for bus arrival information via text…

Real time bus information now available anytime and anywhere

Industry news, News  •  17 October 2011  •  London Buses

Londoners never need to run for a bus again, with the introduction of a new up-to-the-minute bus information service…

Major facelift of London Bridge bus station begins

Industry news, News  •  16 November 2010  •  Transport for London (TfL)

Work will get underway later this month on a dramatic facelift of London Bridge bus station…

Larger vans and minibuses required to meet Low Emission Zone standards from January 2012

Industry news, News  •  20 September 2010  •  Transport for London (TfL)

TfL announced that from 3 January 2012 larger vans & minibuses will be included in the Low Emission Zone to help deliver cleaner air…

London Buses wins Low Carbon Champions Award for green buses

Industry news  •  16 July 2010  •  Transport for London (TfL)

London Buses has won the inaugural Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership’s Low Carbon Champion Award for Buses, recognising the commitment to reducing CO2 emissions…

One million extra journeys with Oyster pay as you go on National Rail

Industry news  •  15 July 2010  •  National Rail

A million extra journeys are being made each week using Oyster pay as you go on National Rail after it was extended to all 350 National Rail stations in Greater London…

Safeguarding vital investment

Issue 2 2010, Past issues  •  11 May 2010  •  Kulveer Ranger, Mayor of London's Transport Advisor

Since the dawn of the industrial revolution, the development of industry to support a thriving economy has been wedded to the need to build infrastructure that can enable people to move and to transport goods. Transport projects are crucial to the future of our cities, countries, and continent, and as the global downturn leaves governments attempting to balance the books, it is essential that we make the argument for continued investment. Transport projects have the capacity to transform – to stimulate real growth, real regeneration, and real jobs, and to ensure that Europe emerges from the deepest recession in 30 years in good shape – ready for the challenges and opportunities of a globalised economy.