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After years - decades even - of re-drawn plans and false dawns, east London's Royal Docks is finally in the midst of true regeneration.
The Government launched its National Infrastructure Plan on Wednesday morning unveiling billions of pounds worth of investment.
But business representatives in the capital have said the lack of reference to east London river crossings is a missed opportunity.
No trains will run on the DLR from Bank and Tower Gateway to Poplar and West India Quay on December 7 and 8 due to signalling upgrade works.
Replacement buses will be running all weekend. Meanwhile, there is also some disruption on the Overground service.
If you're not lucky enough to have Christmas and New Year off then you'll at least want to avoid closures taking place in the capital.
Check our guide to transport disruption in and around east London this festive season.
Latest figures for the Emirates Air LIne show it was down an average of 1,000 users a day last week, compared with the same period in 2012.
The seven days ending November 30 this year saw 18,572 people use the service - the lowest number since March.
Commuters across the south-east of the capital face rush-hour chaos due to a signal failure at London Bridge.
Both Southeastern and Southern services have been affected by the problem, which has seen trains stopped from travelling through the station.
Police have released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to after a woman was touched inappropriately on a rush-hour train.
The suspect boarded at Plumstead and sat next to the victim before opening a newspaper and touching her underneath it.
Flights from London City Airport to Rotterdam and Florence will be introduced by British Airways next year.
The airline also announced on Tuesday it was increasing services to Amsterdam, Edinburgh and Zurich, and that three new Embraer aircraft were being added to the east London base in 2014.
Canary Wharf and other parts of east London could be served by 24-hour Tube trains from 2015 under a Transport for London scheme announced on Thursday.
A 90-day consultation into the proposal, as well as plans to close all ticket offices, will be launched.
The London Overground continues to suffer severe delays this morning, Wednesday, after a person was taken ill on a train at Shadwell.
Affected lines and stations include those between Highbury and Islington and Clapham Junction, West Croydon, Crystal Palace and New Cross.
The Jubilee line was suspended on Thursday after fire crews were called to Westminster Station.
London Fire Brigade arrived just after 1pm after an alarm was activated. They left the scene around 2pm but severe delays are continuing across the line.
The number of people using the cable car to cross the Thames last week dropped to its lowest since March - and fifth lowest ever.
Just 20,406 used the service over the seven days up until November 10, down from 34,885 for the same period in 2012.
The Jubilee line is suspended between Stratford and West Ham following a signal failure.
Transport for London said the rest of the line is suffering from severe delays. There are also major problems on the Central, Circle, District and Northern lines.
One of Europe's largest underground caverns has been broken through to in the latest milestone for the London-wide construction.
New lifts for pedestrians and cyclists at the Greenwich Foot Tunnel have failed 98 times in their first 18 months of service.
Users have regularly complained about the reliability of the lifts which were installed as part of a botched refurbishment of the tunnel, which links the Isle of Dogs to the south of the Thames.