We work with a range of expert organisations to keep London moving.
Transport for London (TfL)
TfL implements the Mayor’s Transport Strategy. It is the main agency for transport services in London and runs London's buses, the Tube, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), London Trams and the city’s major roads.
The Department for Transport (DfT)
The DfT is the government department responsible for transport. It works with regional partners (including London) to deliver national services.
Network Rail and train operators
Network Rail manages Britain’s rail infrastructure and different companies run different trains and routes. We work with these operators and Network Rail to improve people’s train journeys to and from London.
The London boroughs
The 33 London boroughs consult on, and develop, local plans (LIPs) to implement the Mayor’s Transport Strategy (external website) in their areas. They are in charge of most of London’s roads and the Freedom Pass scheme – the travel concession for elderly Londoners and those with disabilities.