The Prince of Wales has praised Tube workers for keeping London Underground running during the pandemic, telling them “I don’t know how you do it”.
The Prince of Wales has arrived at a Transport for London (TfL) training centre to thank London Underground staff for working during the coronavirus pandemic.
Permanent phone reception is available on underground sections of London’s Tube network for the first time.
4G mobile coverage across the London Underground network – not just in stations – could arrive in 2019.
In the future when you travel on the London Underground there may be no need for Oyster cards, or even ticket barriers – and your face may act as your pass to travel.
A London tube worker had a bit of an eventful morning after getting his head caught in the doors of a carriage.