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Transport for London is planning to create about 180 part-time driving jobs for its Night Tube service.
Transport for London has unveiled plans for the £1.1bn transformation of 50 underground and bus stations into tourist attractions, restaurants and apartments.
Transport for London is to relocate to a new 250,000 sq ft headquarters at the Olympic Park in London.
Transport for London is looking to provide more grocery services at London Underground stations, including new shops and online collection points.
Transport for London is to invest £10m in the expansion of capacity for Thames passenger boat services, including an extension to Bankside, Embankment and Westminster piers.
Transport for London is looking to recruit up to 100 graduate trainees to work in project management, engineering, technical and corporate functions.
Transport for London is recruiting 300 staff to work as station assistants on the London Underground.
Transport for London has secured a £25m investment from Barclays to expand its cycle hire scheme into west London.
Transport for London has unveiled proposals for a cable car system to help people cross the Thames at Greenwich Peninsula, in preparation for the 2012 Olympics.
Transport for London has completed the acquisition of Tube Lines, in order to bring all London Underground maintenance work in-house.
Transport for London has secured funding to invest £18m increasing the capacity of the Docklands Light Railway by 50% by 2012.
Transport for London is to set up a 116,000 sq ft headquarters at 25 Canada Square for its Crossrail project.
Transport for London is to acquire Tramtrack Croydon, the owner of the tram system in Croydon, in a £98m deal.
Transport for London has agreed to set up a 135,000 sq ft office at Quintain's Greenwich Peninsula development in east London in 2009.
Transport for London is to set up a 200,000 sq ft office at the Palestra in Blackfriars Road, and is also said to be have agreed to take 190,000 sq ft of the proposed 600,000 sq ft Shard of Glass skyscraper scheme.
Transport for London is to set up a 35,000 sq ft office for its engineering directorate at the Southside building in SW1.