The Independent London Newspaper
19th August 2017

Transport

    Public exhibition reveals how new entrance to Camden Town Underground could look

    TfL's plans for a new site in Buck Street

    Published: 19 January, 2017
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    A MAJOR facelift for Camden Town, this is how City Hall hopes to finally solve the Underground station’s chronic overcrowding problems.

    Residents warn: 'Safer' route through Camden Town will actually put cyclists at risk

    Published: 5 January, 2017
    By DAN CARRIER

    A NEW route for cyclists between Camden Town and Regent’s Park is at the centre of a debate over whether it will improve road safety.

    Woman suffers 'potentially life-changing' injury after collision with bus

    Published: 3 December, 2016
    By GEOFFREY SAWYER

    POLICE are appealing for witnesses to a collision involving a bus this morning (Saturday), which left a woman with "potentially life-changing" injuries.

    Night tube service starts running from Camden Town next month

    Published: 14 October, 2016

    NIGHT tube services are set to run on Northern line routes from next month.

    Labour politicians face clash with Sadiq Khan over TfL's plans to axe No. 13 bus

    Published: 15 September, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    THE No 13 bus route in Swiss Cottage is at risk of being axed by transport chiefs, leaving protesting Labour politicians in line for a potential clash with their man at City Hall, London Mayor Sadi

    Lawyers’ £1.8m bill for defending HS2

    HS2

    Published: 16 August, 2016

    LAWYERS have earned a massive £1.8million representing High Speed 2 against its opponents in Parliament. 

    Woman cyclist fighting for life after horrific crash at danger junction

    Firefighters created a screen around the woman cyclist

    Firefighters created a screen around the woman cyclist at the junction of Clerkenwell Road and Theobalds Road last Friday

    Pablo Freudenthal Heath was hit by a HGV in Gray’s Inn Road. Right: cyclist Dag Lindberg was crushed at the danger junction in 2013

    New Mayor of London Sadiq Khan suggests HS2 should end at Old Oak Common - and not Euston

    New Mayor of London Sadiq Khan suggests HS2 should end at Old Oak Common - and n

    Sadiq Khan: 'HS2 is a wonderful idea but I've got concerns'

    Published: 19 May, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    THE Mayor of London has revealed strong “concerns” about High Speed 2’s plans for Euston and says he wants railway bosses to look again at a terminus in west London instead. 

    Gagged: HS2 opponents from Camden blocked from giving evidence to the House of Lords

    Frank Dobson's campaign group is among those being prevented from presenting their views to peers looking at the pros and cons of the government's HS2 project

    Published: 12 May, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    HS2 chiefs have banned dozens of Camden campaigners and politicians from raising objections to the controversial rail scheme to the House of Lords, leading to claims that critics are being gagged.<

    Upgrade of tube station ‘a matter of urgency’

    West Hampstead station

    An artist’s drawing of how West Hampstead station could look. Designs would include step-free access and a new entrance in West End Lane

    Transport for London criticised for leak of 'electorally sensitive' cycle superhighway information

    Andrew Gilligan, the former Evening Standard journalist now working as Boris Johnson's cycling czar, said he was very pleased with the results

    Published: 31 March, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    TRANSPORT for London is facing criticism after “electorally sensitive” information about public support for the controversial CS11 cycle superhighway was leaked in the final weeks of th

    Victorian architect Edwin Henry Horne to be honoured with a plaque at Camden Road overground station

    Published: 29 March, 2016
    By DAN CARRIER

    A PLAQUE marking the achievements of architect Edwin Henry Horne is set to be unveiled at Camden Road station – one of his finest surviving works.

    Keir Starmer and Tulip Siddiq set to ignore three-line Labour whip on final HS2 vote

    Tulip Siddiq is a long-term critic of HS2

    Published: 22 March, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    MPs Tulip Siddiq and Sir Keir Starmer are set to ignore orders from Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to back plans for the £56 billion HS2 railway in a fin

    Objectors begin legal proceedings against Transport for London's CS11 cycle superhighway

    Objectors begin legal proceedings against Transport for London's CS11 cycle supe

    Residents in Hampstead made their feelings known at a public meeting last week

    Published: 21 March, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    CAMPAIGNERS have launched a legal challenge against Transport for London over its hugely divisive “cycling super highway”.

    As battlelines are sharply drawn, where do you stand on the CS11 cycle superhighway?

    Daniel Howard addresses a packed meeting in Hampstead last night (Thursday)

    Daniel Howard addresses a packed meeting in Hampstead last night (Thursday)

    Published: 17 March, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    HAMPSTEAD residents turned out in force last night (Wednesday) to warn cycle superhighway bosses: “The answer is no!”