We’re holding a consultation into our Transparency Strategy, and we’d love to hear from you about how we can improve.
The Strategy covers our open data products, so we want to hear from the developer community about our Unified API and open data. We want to know how we can improve our products to give you regular, up to date and useful information, as well as the formats in which this data should be published.
We’re also keen to hear how you think this data should be grouped or presented on the TfL website, and whether we need to give further support to developers, stakeholders and researchers who use it.
The consultation is running for six weeks, from 18 September to 29 October.
While we always encourage comments to these blog posts, to make sure your voice is heard visit our Consultation website to have your say.
In a world first, we are excited to announce that we will display live traffic information on the back of London buses. This technology trial uses digital information boards to let motorists know about real-time traffic conditions, and will help to improve journey reliability on London’s roads.
Digital bus displays will give road users a new source of information to help improve their journeys
Collaboration is a huge part of what we do at TfL. So it was great to spend last week working with 6 young designers, talking them through our approach to experience design and working on prototype ideas for the Cycle Hire scheme. Members of our Experience Design Team led the 5-day sprint at the London Transport Museum, where the event was part of the Designology studio programme.
We produced a range of materials – such as this Tabletop Walkthrough Map – to help students to get into the mindset of people using the Cycle Hire scheme