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Staff at London City are celebrating after picking up a best airport prize at a top industry awards event.
The business was selected as the top airport with under 10 million passengers per year at a ceremony in Istanbul.
Is the bus on the way out? Bus use fell everywhere in Britain in 2013 - except for London. Wales saw 2.16million fewer bus journeys than in 2012, a fall of 1.9%. Scotland saw 5.65million fewer bus journeys than in 2012, a fall of 1.3%, and 42.1m fewer than in 2005, a fall of 9.1%.
London, by contrast, saw 14.4m more bus journeys than in 2012 (a rise of 0.6%), and 489.5million more than in 2005 (a rise of 26.4%).
Break down the figures in our graphics below.
Engineering works will see disruption on the Jubilee line and Docklands Light Railway this weekend.
Service on the Jubilee will not be running between Waterloo and Finchley Road on Saturday and Sunday due to "essential tunnelling work".
The Emirates Air Line is to close for seven days later this month for "essential annual works".
The engineering works will run from March 17 to 23 and will include electric testing, weight testing and wheel inspection.
A motorcyclist involved in a collision which lead to the closure of the Blackwall Tunnel on Thursday has 'potentially life-changing' injuries, according to police.
Detectives have launched an appeal for information into the incident which caused widespread traffic chaos across London.
A serious accident, believed to involve a van and a motorbike, has caused the closure of the Blackwall Tunnel northbound.
Transport for London said it is unsure of how long the closure will be for but said it will shut the southbound tunnel for a period to allow some northbound traffic through.
Services on the Jubilee line are running with severe delays after a person became ill on a train at West Ham station.
The problems affected the whole of the line following the incident just after 4.30pm on Tuesdsay. The service between North Greenwich and Stratford was closed for a period.
The last of Crossrail's tunnel boring machines, Ellie, has begun work on the section from near the Olympic Park to Stepney Green.
The future of river transport in London has received a boost with new services announced for the Thames.
City Cruises, the sightseeing operator working from a base in Bermondsey, said it was planning to introduce a second RIB to its thrill-seeking experience and renovate a boat for a new tour service.
DLR bosses have apologised to a customer injured in an escalator malfunction and have launched an investigation into what went wrong.
One commuter was hurt in the incident, which took place on Monday at about 6pm at Cutty Sark station. It is believed the escalator stopped before moving in the opposite direction.
Canary Wharf commuters using the Jubilee Line face severe delays this morning, Friday.
The route has suspended its services between Wembley Park and Finchley Road while engineers fix a faulty train at West Hampstead, prompting disruption on the remainder of the line.
With his expensive suits and flash shirts, Xu Weiping has the air of a very confident man.
Which is important when you are tasked with the huge job of turning an area of Royal Docks wasteland into a 35-acre multi-billion-pound business hub.
A passenger incident at Waterloo Station led to delays across most of the Jubilee line on Wednesday afternoon.
The most heavily impacted part of the service is westbound between Stratford and Green Park but nearly all parts are affected.
Unions have suspended this week's industrial action on the Tube network following talks with London Underground bosses.
TSSA announced it was calling off the 48-hour walk-out, which was due to begin on Tuesday night, at around midday before the RMT released its statement at 1pm.