We are reinvesting our income on schemes that will affect the lives of people who live and travel in London.
Ardleigh Green Bridge is being upgraded to current highway and safety standards so it can continue to cater for traffic for years to come
We're working with the GLA and Croydon Council to develop transport plans that will accommodate expected growth in the Fiveways area
We are waterproofing and resurfacing Huguenot bridge in Wansworth. Work will be completed by May 2015
Improving the roundabout will make it easier to get to Twickenham town centre and improve journey times
Improvement to the A406 Southend Road - road user information
Removal of the Aldgate gyratory system
We're working to develop proposals to introduce two-way traffic to Baker Street and Gloucester Place
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
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
We are working with Camden Council and Camden Town Unlimited BID to regenerate the area, including Camden High Street (north) and Britannia junction
The Central London grid is a set of safer, connected routes for cyclists across central London
Work to strengthen and refurbish Chiswick Bridge will make it safe for road users for many years to come
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
Construction of new routes for Barclays Cycle Superhighways is underway in 2015
We are improving Cycle Superhighway Route 2 (CS2) between Aldgate and Bow Roundabout by introducing segregated cycle tracks and new junctions to separate cyclists from traffic
We are extending Cycle Superhighway 5 (CS5) from Oval to Pimlico via the Vauxhall gyratory with a segregated cycle lane
The East-West Cycle Superhighway will run through central London - from Westbourne Terrace to Tower Hill
The Elephant & Castle area is the focus of one of London's biggest regeneration projects.
Work to upgrade the Fore Street Tunnel in north London will begin on 19 May, helping to keep it safe and fully functional for the 60,000 vehicles that travel through it every day
Streets and public spaces across the Capital are being transformed with funding from the £1.8m Future Streets Incubator
By summer 2015 we will have strengthened Hammersmith flyover and added a new carriageway drainage system
At Highbury Corner we are replacing the bridge over the rail line and removing the Highbury Corner gyratory system
We are upgrading the pedestrian subways near the Hogarth roundabout
We are reviewing the road network in the King's Cross and Euston Road area to make it safer for all road users
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
Malden Rushett is a junction improvement scheme aimed at reducing road collisions, congestion and delay, and to provide safer crossing facilities.
The mini-Hollands programme will give outer-London boroughs the funding to transform local cycling facilities
Removing the Nags Head gyratory will improve safety 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).
We are proposing to extend the Northern line to Nine Elms and Battersea
This mainly segregated cycle route will run between Elephant & Castle and King's Cross
We are working on proposals to make the Old Street area a more pedestrian and cycle-friendly environment
We plan to redesign four junctions around Oval station to make the area safer for cyclists and other road users
We are installing Pedestrian Countdown at around 200 sites across London
Power Road Bridge is being upgraded to make it safer for road users and improve access for cyclists and pedestrians
We are working to deliver a programme of Quietway cycle routes across Greater London by 2022.
As part of the Road Modernisation Plan we are investing more than £4 billion to improve London's roads, the biggest investment in a generation
TfL is working with the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) and the City of London Police to trial a number of engagement measures throughout 2015, and see how they make people feel while travelling in London.
We're developing proposals for a new road tunnel under the Thames linking the Greenwich Peninsula and Silvertown.
We are developing ideas with the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea to reduce congestion and improve access at the station
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
We will be replacing the bridge carrying the A1 by Upper Holloway Station.
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're building a new bus station at West Croydon with an improved layout, more room for our customers and better accessibility
We plan to improve the roundabout to the south of Westminster Bridge so that it's safer, easier to use and more welcoming to cyclists and pedestrians
We are developing the Tramlink network by boosting capacity between Wimbledon and Croydon in 2014
Page for improvement works at Wood Green town centre in autumn/winter 2014/15
We're carrying out work to restore Woodlands retaining wall, located on the A406 North Circular
Upgrade work on the Woolwich Ferry will extend the life of the service for years to come