Thursday 7 December
2017 Covent Garden dinner and auction
This year’s London Transport Museum’s annual fundraising Covent Garden dinner & auction was a sell-out event again.
Thursday 7 December
Our inaugural Skills Late: Talent Transported event
London Transport Museum delivered its first Skills Late: Talent Transported, welcoming over 200 guests made up of young people, parents/carers, educators and careers advisors.
Tuesday 21 November
Suppliers triumph at TfL Supplier Awards
Congratulations to the award winners at TfL’s inaugural Supplier Awards, held at London Transport Museum on 15 November 2017.
Read on to see the full list of winners.
Monday 20 November
Solving the post-Brexit skills gap
What are the implications of Brexit for access to suitably skilled workers for engineering businesses and the transport sector as a whole? We gathered representatives from business, education and public sector bodies and invited them to share their views and experiences.
Friday 27 October
Future of Urban Mobility: strategy and policy
The final Future of Urban Mobility discussion focused on policy and the changing landscape of transport provision across a range of interlinked topics: the capacity of the market to lead change, the role of transport providers, road space regulation, the innovation landscape, disrupted economies, and public opinion.
Tuesday 26 September
TfL Supplier Awards, 15 November 2017
London Transport Museum is delighted to partner with Transport for London as it hosts its inaugural pan-TfL Supplier Awards on 15 November. The awards evening will celebrate best practice and the excellent collaboration between TfL and its suppliers.
Wednesday 20 September
Future of Urban Mobility: the impact of technology on the mobility ecosystem
Our second Future of Urban Mobility discussion focused on six interlinked topics: data, demand responsive transport, road capacity, public good, and autonomous vehicles.
Tuesday 11 July
Future of Urban Mobility: changing user needs and demands
Our first Future of Urban Mobility discussion coalesced around five interlinked topics: cities, regulation, user data, future wants and needs and the role of technology.
Thursday 22 June
Leonard’s Enjoyment to Employment challenge
Leonard Symeonides, who took part in London Marathon in support of London Transport Museum’s Enjoyment to Employment programme, which aims to turn childhood enthusiasm for transport into careers in industry.
Leonard achieved a remarkable time of 3 hours, 43 minutes and 18 seconds and beat his fundraising target (£1,500) by raising £1,733.18! This will enable the 125 families to discover and enjoy the history of London’s famous transport network together.
Wednesday 7 June
Enjoyment to Employment
Did you know, an additional 1.8m engineers and technically qualified people will be needed by 2025? The transport industry needs a diverse workforce of talented and skilled staff at all levels; to design, develop, deliver and maintain the network and meet the needs of a rapidly growing population. Without dramatic change Britain’s industrial growth will […]