Whether you have lived in London your entire life or are new to the city, this section will provide you with all the information you will need to use London Transit safely and efficiently.
At the heart of London's public transit system is the well-known Underground, commonly referred to as the Tube.It enjoys the distinction of being the world's oldest underground public transport system.
The London Transit Commission (LTC) is responsible for the operation of the public transit system on behalf of the City of London, Ontario, Canada. It offers the typical conventional bus service, and a para-transit service, for those unable to use the conventional service. In 2014, annual ridership totaled 24.1 million.
The largest is the London Underground, a rapid transit system operating on sub-surface lines and in deep-level "tube" lines. TfL also operates the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), an automated light rail system in the east of the city, and the Tramlink system.
The Stansted Airport Track Transit System (TTS) is a fully automated people mover system which operates within London Stansted Airport in the United Kingdom.. The transit system conveys air passengers between the main airport terminal and the departure/arrival gates, which are located some distance from the main terminal in satellite buildings.The system operates exclusively "airside", m...
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