Transport for London ( TfL) is a local government body responsible for most of the transport network in London, England.  TfL has responsibility for various rail networks including the London Underground and Docklands Light Railway, as well as London's buses, taxis, principal road routes, cycling provision, trams, and river services.
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Transport for London ( TfL) is an organisation that runs the public transport network in London. It is held with direct responsibility to the mayor of London. Contents 1 Numbering of bus routes 1.1 Historic numbering 1.2 Current classification 2 References 3 Other websites Numbering of bus routes [ change | change source]
London's public transport network serves as the central hub for the United Kingdom in rail, air and road transport. Public transport services are dominated by the executive agency for transport in London: Transport for London (TfL). TfL controls the majority of public transport, including the Underground, Buses, Tramlink, the Docklands Light ...
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London Transport (brand) Transport authorities that operated services under the brand: London Passenger Transport Board (1933–1948) London Transport Executive (1948–1963) London Transport Board (1963–1970) London Transport Executive (GLC) (1970–1984) London Regional Transport (1984–2000) Transport for London (TfL) (2000 onward) See also
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Most transport services in London are controlled by Transport for London (TfL), an executive agency of the Greater London Authority. TfL-controlled services include the London Underground, Docklands Light Railway, the London Overground, Buses and Trams, most of which accept payment by the Oyster card.