17 September – Piccadilly line services to Heathrow Terminal 4 (T4) station resumed service on the morning of Sunday 17 September, signalling the latest milestone in the project to extend the line to Heathrow Terminal 5 (T5).
27 September – The Central line was named as the best rail link in London at the National Rail Awards, held in the capital earlier this month.
26 March – Ford joins London campaign to reduce the number of cyclists injured in collisions with HGVs.
28 March – Transport for London (TfL) today revealed that over the last year London Underground (LU) carried one billion passengers for the first time in its 144-year history.
3 April – New-style Bus Saver tickets are now on sale after the tickets had to have a complete make-over to help combat the biggest counterfeit operation ever seen on the capital’s transport system.
4 April – Transport for London revealed that during 2006, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) carried more than 60 million people, a first in its 20 years in operation.
12 June – Faster, cheaper, easier Oyster ticketing has led to a massive reduction in tickets sold at stations, heralding changes in the way some Tube stations will be operated and passengers cared for, London Underground (LU) said today.
11 April – This year’s annual taxi fare revision has been held down below the rate of inflation.
30 September – Transport for London has announced that fares on buses will be 10p cheaper using Oyster so down to 90p. This is being funded by revenues from other public transportation, with no increase in costs.
27 November – Visitors to the Bond Street area will be able to find their way around with ease from today (27 November), thanks to a new system of pedestrian information called Legible London.
6 December – Transport for London (TfL) is bringing Congestion Charge penalties into line with the rate of penalties issued by London Boroughs for traffic and parking offences.
10 December – A new station on the Docklands Light Railway was opened today at Langdon Park, Tower Hamlets, providing better access throughout London's public transport network for thousands of residents.
15 January – With the start of the Low Emission Zone on 4 February, Transport for London (TfL) today reminded operators with vehicles that don't meet Low Emission Zone standards to make sure that they have taken all reasonable steps to comply, for example, by fitting their vehicles with emissions abatement equipment.
21 January – The London Low Emission Zone, which aims to reduce harmful emissions from the most polluting diesel-engined lorries, coaches, and buses goes live on Monday 4 February.
21 January – Bombardier To Supply 24 Diesel Multiple Unit Cars To Angel Trains In 44 Million Euro Contract For The UK.
2 February – Shepherd's Bush underground station on the Central line closes for eight months of rebuilding and refurbishment works including the reconstruction of the surface building and replacement of escalators.
16 February – Last District line train to be refurbished carries passengers for the last time today (15 February 2008).
18 February – Fifth Anniversary of Congestion Charge that changed transport policy across the world. Today (17 February) is the fifth anniversary of the central London Congestion Charge.
17 March – Transport for London has announced that it is to take over running Tramlink in order to reduce costs, have better integration and focus more on investment.
18 March – TfL will be running up to 16 buses an hour to serve the new Heathrow Terminal 5. The changes to the TfL bus service will be introduced on Saturday 22 March in readiness for the opening of Terminal 5 on 27 March.
31 March – A giant 350-tonne bridge has been lowered into place by a crane for the East London Line extension through Shoreditch.
1 June – A ban on the consumption of alcohol on the Underground leads to the closure of six stations when protests got out of hand.
30 June – Giant cinema-style screens to beam movie trailers and advertising to Tube passengers
2 July – Twickenham Bridge celebrates its 75th anniversary on the 3rd of July.
4 July – TfL announces a competition for designing a new iconic bus for London, to be based on the Routemaster.
7 July – The second phase of the London Low Emission Zone begins, affecting buses and coaches, and lorries over 3.5 tonnes. New emission standards are set and a 28 day warning is given to vehicles that do not comply.
20 October – The western extension of the London congestion charge zone will be removed from 25 December. An automatic payment system will be introduced for the remainder of the system on 4 January 2011 and the minimum non-concessionary charge will increase to £9.
15 April – A scrap yard fire in Mill Hill, north London closes seven miles of the M1 motorway between junctions 1 and 4 owing to damage to the structure of a pre-cast concrete bridge carrying the road.
27 May – London Mayor Boris Johnson launches Source London, a city wide network of electric vehicle charging points. Starting with 150 locations, the network is planned to expand to 1,300 locations by 2013.
7 June – Forgetful passengers left 207,000 items on Transport for London operated services last year, the highest number of misplaced items in the Lost Property Office's history.
16 June – Heathrow Airport launches a noise reduction plan which aims to eliminate noiser aircraft by 2015.
23 June – Strikes planned by transport union RMT over the sacking of a tube train driver have been called off following an employment tribunal decision that he should be reinstated in a non-operational role.
29 June – 2.3 billion passenger journeys were made on London's buses in the last financial year, an increase of 60 percent since 2000.
19 August – After being lifted from the River Thames, Tugboat "Chiefton" is placed on a barge to be taken away for investigations. The body of the missing crew man was discovered in the river on 15 August.
22 August – Transport for London announces a consultation on proposals for a lane rental scheme to reduce disruption caused by roadworks.
19 September – The first section of the refurbished roof over King's Cross mainline station is revealed after up to 10 mm of paint is grit-blasted off and yellowed fibre-glass sheets are replaced with new glazing.
20 September – Heathrow Airport formally unveils Heathrow Pods, a system of driverless electric vehicles which can carry four passengers along a 3.8 km guided route between Terminal 5 Business Car Park and the main terminal. Up to 500,000 passengers are expected to use it each year.
28 September – Plans are unveiled for a new public square in front of King's Cross station which will replace the 1970s concourse extension.
28 September – To provide additional trains on the District line, weekday tube services on the Kensington (Olympia) branch will end in December. Services will continue to run at weekends and for exhibitions.
30 September – Temporary repairs will be carried out to the Hammersmith Flyover to keep it open whilst plans for permanent replacement are made.
23 September – Overnight closures of the Hammersmith flyover will begin in October to enable structural repairs, drainage upgrades, waterproofing and resurfacing to be carried on the 1960s elevated road.
29 May – In an effort to resolve a dispute with the Licensed Taxi Drivers Association over the operation of Uber in London, Transport for London seeks judgement in the High Court on whether GPS-enabled phones using Uber apps constitute illegal private use "taximeters".