We are reinvesting our income on schemes that will affect the lives of people who live and travel in London
By 2021 the interlinked stations of Bank and Monument will feature several new escalators, a new station entrance and more room for Northern line passengers
The Barclays Cycle Hire scheme's expansion to south west London launches late 2013
We are committed to making London’s busiest junctions safer and more attractive for cyclists and other vulnerable road users
Thirteen outer London boroughs got a collective £4m in funding to help raise the profile of cycling, improve facilities and highlight safety awareness locally.
Bond Street station is undergoing a major redevelopment to increase capacity and improve accessibility by 2017, and to create an interchange with Crossrail
Cycle early-starts are being used to make Bow roundabout safer for cyclists
The Brent Cross Cricklewood regeneration sets out a new network of streets and spaces in and around the area to improve retail, dining and leisure
In April work will start to to strengthen and refurbish Chiswick Bridge
The £5m Clean Air Fund has allowed TfL to introduce a range of innovative and targeted measures to tackle traffic emissions
The central section of Crossrail is expected to be complete by the end of 2018
We are working with Hertfordshire County Council to extend the Metropolitan line to Watford Junction
Works on DLR tracks and the maintenance depot at Beckton will help keep the line reliable.
There are plans to improve the Elephant and Castle area with a public consultation scheduled to take place in spring 2014
As part of our continued tube improvements escalator replacements are taking place across the network
Works to make the Euston Circus area greener, safer and more user-friendly should be complete by spring 2014
Roads, streets and underused public spaces across the Capital will be transformed with funding from the £1.8m Future Streets Incubator Fund
By summer 2015 we will have strengthened Hammersmith flyover and added a new carriageway drainage system
Working with the London Borough of Islington, we are looking at ways to improve the area around Highbury Corner
We are reviewing the road network in the King's Cross area to make it safer for all road users
From 2015, we will appoint the train operator for the suburban routes connecting Liverpool Street with Chingford, Enfield Town and Cheshunt (via Seven Sisters).
The redevelopment of London Bridge railway station will allow longer trains and more frequent services
Most London Overground trains will grow from four to five cars starting at the end of 2014
We're looking to build on our success with London Overground to make the service even better for passengers.
The mini-Hollands programme will give outer-London boroughs the funding to transform local cycling facilities
We are proposing to extend the Northern line to Nine Elms and Battersea
We are working on proposals to make the Old Street area a more pedestrian and cycle-friendly environment
Our project to improve the Hammersmith & City line side of Paddington Tube station finished ahead of schedule in December 2013.
We are installing Pedestrian Countdown at around 200 sites across London
We are developing ideas with the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea to reduce congestion and improve access at the station
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We are adding step-free access to more Tube and London Overground stations.
The station will be fully upgraded by 2016, ready for a jump in passenger numbers when Crossrail opens in 2018
Work to make the area's traffic system more accessible will be finished by December 2014
Find out how we're making the Tube faster, more reliable and easier to use
We are currently working through proposals with Lambeth Council for the transformation of Vauxhall Cross
The ongoing project to improve Victoria Station will wrap up in 2018
Redevelopment work with Wandsworth Council plan to regenerate the Nine Elms quarter
The Waterloo station area is set for a huge transformation, delivering new homes, offices and better public spaces
We are developing the Tramlink network by boosting capacity between Wimbledon and Croydon in 2014.
Upgrade work on the Woolwich Ferry will extend the life of the service for years to come