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Uber has been given a 30-month license by Transport for London to operate in the UK's capital city. The two parties have been arguing over the license for five years now as TfL had concerns.
Transport for London is reportedly preparing to strip Ola Cabs of its operating license, just like it did with Uber. The ride-hailing firm will have 21 days to appeal the decision.
A judge has awarded Uber a London operating license after a multi-year struggle against Transport for London. Drivers for the platform now have more job security until the license needs renewing.
Uber will find out in less than two weeks as to whether it will be able to continue operating in London. A judge will decide whether or not the firm should be granted an operating license on Sept. 28.
Transport for London has announced that Uber will not be issued a license to operate in London. It said the firm still has several issues which put people's safety at risk. Uber has 21 days to appeal.
Transport for London has issued Uber with a 2-month private hire operator license with new conditions attached. In the last few hours, Uber's stock price has fallen, possibly as a result of the news.
Transport for London has revealed that 4G connectivity will be available across the entirety of the London Underground network by the mid-2020s. The rollout will begin in March 2020.
Uber has finally found a permanent replacement for its Northern and Eastern Europe operations job. The role has been vacant since last October when the then incumbent, Jo Bertram, resigned.
The London Assembly Transport Committee has outlined ideas for the city's authorities to implement so that emerging transport tech is used in the best possible way and to avoid clashes with companies.
Jo Bertram, the Uber executive who oversees operations in the UK, is set to leave the company. The news came via an email by Bertram where she explained that she was leaving the company in weeks.
Following an apology from Uber's new CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi, on behalf of the company, the mayor of London, and chairman of TfL, Sadiq Khan, has called for talks between the company and TfL.
Uber's new CEO has taken to the London newspaper, the Evening Standard, to apologize for the company's conduct in recent years but that it will fight back against the decision to revoke its license.
Uber's new CEO has reached out to employees via email in order to address yesterday's decision by the Transport for London. He said Uber should engage in self-reflection to correct its problems.
The local authority in London has rejected Uber's application for a new operating license. The ride-hailing company has 21 days to launch an appeal before it loses its ability to operate.
TfL has announced numerous improvements to its Oyster ticketing system, making it easier for passengers to buy credit and Travelcards online, with a new mobile app launching soon on iOS and Android.
Samsung Pay has finally launched in the UK, with support for cards issued by VISA and MasterCard. Samsung has also partnered with Transport for London, making Samsung devices work like an Oyster card.
TfL says it's "worked closely with Twitter" on a new pilot scheme to deliver urgent updates - informing passengers about disruptions that may affect their journeys around London - via direct messages.
Londoners expecting this morning to introduce fare rises across the city's public transport network were instead treated to free travel, thanks to a major failure of the Oyster smart card system.
Today, and over the next three weeks, MasterCard's 'Fare Free Mondays' promotion will cover the cost of travelling anywhere on London's public transport network, when you touch in with Apple Pay.
A man was arrested for "abstracting electricity" while charging his iPhone on a London Overground train - but after being de-arrested, he was arrested again after "becoming aggressive" towards police.
Folks in London will have an easier time paying for their travel around town starting today thanks to Barclaycard's bPay wrist band, which brings contactless payments to your wrist.
Transport for London has teamed up with ESPNFC to bring World Cup news, results and score updates to train departure and information boards across the Underground network, beginning this Thursday.