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Navin Shah has said the government’s plan to scrap free travel in London for 11 to 17 year olds is “cruel”.

A railway station that will serve a major regeneration scheme in Brent Cross has been given the go-ahead by councillors.

Pavements are to be temporarily widened in some of Brent’s busiest streets to help protect the community and slow the continuing spread of Covid-19.

Brent Council has collected £100,000 within a tax year from one box junction in Wembley causing one stung motorist calling for its removal.

Park Royal and Old Oak Common chiefs have welcomed new station designs from HS2 which signal a green light to their own regeneration plans.

Transport chiefs have offered refunds to all those affected by Jubilee and Metropolitan delays after a train became faulty in Neasden.

There is “sign of progress” in getting step-free access Willesden Green Tube station, according to Brent’s City Hall member.

Cyclists could be officially allowed to use their local parks as the council seeks to revoke a byelaw that currently prevents them from doing so.

Buses are on diversion in Wembley Park as police carry out enquiries.

A petition has been handed in to London’s mayor demanding step-free access at Willesden Green underground station.

A cyclist was left with broken ribs and internal bleeding after a collision with a car in Willesden Green on Friday.

Kensal Rise residents were baffled this week by the appearance of a three-metre cycle lane in Chamberlayne Road.

Bus users in Preston, Wembley and Kenton are furious over plans to stop the 223 bus going to Harrow.

A “forgotten” station in Sudbury – with its skeleton train service, narrow platforms and anti-social behaviour rife in its unmanned enclosure – is blighting the lives of a growing community.

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