this unofficial tube map, created by designer Ali Carr, explains what plans transport chiefs have in the long term.
Fifty miles of bus lanes on London’s main roads are to be enforced on a 24/7 basis to discourage a car-led recovery from coronavirus.
Millions of people could get free rides into London under bold new plans to fight the drop generated by Coronavirus.
But despite the clear guidance from the government, support from the World Health Organisation and increasing evidence to confirm their importance as barriers preventing the spread of coronavirus, there is a vocal minority who oppose them.
The confirmation that it could be up to a year later before passengers can board trains means a shattering setback to hopes for revitalising the struggling central London economy after lockdown.
Free travel on London’s transport for under-18s will stop after October half-term, according to government plans.