The Independent London Newspaper
24th March 2017

Transport

    Traders tell how tube station closure is hurting business

    Tufnell Park tube station

    Above: Tufnell Park tube station is not expected to reopen for seven months. Below: the Violet & Frederick flower stall, which is outside the tube station

     

    Published: 6 August, 2015
    by IZZY CUTTS

    The King's Cross code: Why Northern Line passengers are ignoring station signs to get to their trains quicker

    The King's Cross code: Why the signs send you the long way round to the Northern

    The long way - signs direct you away from the speediest route to the Northern Line at King's Cross

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    IT is known as the “King’s Cross code”: two fast-track routes to what, for those who take the long walk, might seem like the promised land of the Northern line platforms.

    Minister pledges to investigate nine-month closure at Tufnell Park tube station

    Published: 19 March, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    TRANSPORT minister Robert Goodwill has pledged to investigate plans to close Tufnell Park tube station for nine months.

    Ed Miliband tells Camden supporters 'we'll have to agree to disagree' over HS2

    Ed Miliband facing questions at Haverstock School yesterday

    Published: 13 February, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    ASKED why he was backing the controversial HS2 rail link, Labour leader Ed Miliband told sceptics in Camden: "Because every other country in the

    How today's bus strike is affecting Camden

    Only a third of London's buses will be running today [Photo: Flickr user [Duncan]]

    Published: 13 January, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    A BUS strike, organised by Unite union, has affected a number of routes through Camden. 

    New station complex will help cope with ‘increased demand’

    An artist’s impression of the proposed West Hampstead station complex

    An artist’s impression of the proposed West Hampstead station complex

    Published: 31 December, 2014
    by WILLIAM McLENNAN

    Campaigners fear Town Hall U-turn on HS2 opposition

    Cllr Sarah Hayward

    Cllr Sarah Hayward, leader of Camden Council: 'There has been no change in the council’s position on HS2'

    Published: 30 October, 2014
    by TOM FOOT

    Revealed: the homes that HS2 will build

    Artist’s impression of the Rydal Water proposal

    Published: 18 September, 2014
    by TOM FOOT

    HS2: Picture shows how trucks will descend on regency villas near Regent's Park

    HS2: New picture shows how trucks will descend on Primrose Hill

    The image of work inside HS2 information packs

    Published: 21 August, 2014
    By TOM FOOT

    YELLOW Tonka truck-style construction vehicles lay siege to a parade of Regency villas in an image released by HS2 ahead of more than a decade of major works in Camden. 

    HS2 threat to GP centre ‘would cost UK thousands of doctors’

    HS2 Train

    The Royal College of GPs say HS2 could present an ‘unacceptable and direct’ threat to its purpose-built GP assessment centre, next to the Euston station

    Bike vault to be rolled out in Bloomsbury Square with racks, lockers and showers

    An illustration showing how facilities for cyclists will look at the Bloomsbury Square bike vault

    Published: 11 July, 2014
    by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    A NEW cycle vault is set to be built in Bloomsbury Square, following a £100,000 investment.