London Underground's booklet on the job cuts tells us TfL must save £9.8 billion by 2020 and that LU must save £220 million over 2015/6.
LU’s stations reorganisation plans are being driven by the Government and London Mayor, Boris Johnson, who are trying to use Tube spending to engineer an attack on working class peoples’ jobs and cond
It's insulting that LU has quoted figures to say 'only 12% of SSMFs, 24% SS2s and 34% of SS1s are Competence Management System qualified'.
If it goes ahead, LU's stations job cuts plan will destroy the future of every stations worker.
We know that the bosses are trying to take away both our jobs and our pensions in the Government's austerity drive.
So now we know the date that London Underground Ltd will announce Armageddon Day for stations - next Thursday, 21 November.
Central Line trains management seem to think that when there is engineering work in the east, they can send drivers to do ... what, exactly?!
London Underground is currently asking for staff to volunteer to take part in the trial of Contactless bank card payments on LU journeys.
Ahead of the rumoured 'big announcement' about LU stations cutbacks, expected this week or next, Tubeworker wants to debunk a myth that is far too prevalent among those who toe LU's line.
London Underground have decided that the internal applications for train driver are not good enough, so they are going to look elsewhere - and recruit externally.
It is now just a matter of time before London Underground officially reveals its job-cutting plan - what with Fleet management pushing "Auto-Prep",
Management's obsession with getting every bit of kit on the Underground to operate and maintain itself is reaching an ever-shriller pitch.
After months of having top-class wonks working on it, LUL management seem to have come to the conclusion that it's fine to not check that trains are empty before going into depots or sidings so long a
As Tubeworker sits here blogging, news is coming out of train services shutting down because of the impending storm.
Another section of the Northern Line automatic signalling system goes live within a couple of weeks and passengers might be in for a bumpy ride!
London Underground Managing Director has been describing his vision for the future supervision of stations.
Last Sunday afternoon, the doors opened between Hounslow West and Hatton Cross on a packed Piccadilly Line train heading towards Heathrow.
Nearly 22,000 people have signed the online petition to keep ticket offices open.
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A recent survey revealed that over 70% of passengers want to keep the ticket offices open on London Underground.
Train-building company Siemens is running an exhibition bigging up what the company can offer for the
This year, there have been industrial disputes involving drivers on all but one of London Underground's lines. All but one!
Piccadilly line drivers voted to strike earlier this year, forcing management to back down. Management had to agree to adhere to agreements and take union demands seriously.
We've all got something to say about the LU uniform. The ladies' trousers balloon around the hips. If you pull the mens' trousers up, the waistband comes to your nipples.
It is fantastic that ISS cleaners have voted overwhelmingly to take action over biometric booking on.
London Underground recently sent round a bulletin reminding us that only Metro newspapers have the contract to distribute on LU property.
Tubeworker read with interest that a public consultation about Bank station upgrade is about to begin.
Today, firefighters walked out for four hours as part of their fight against attacks on their pension rights.
Does anyone come away from reading the weekly updates from Chief Operating Officer, Phil Hufton, feeling inspired and motivated?
London Underground put an advert in the Traffic Circular for 'roving' station supervisors a few weeks ago, confirming all our suspicions about what they've been planning for some time.
Tubeworker is pleased to report that Victoria Line managers have been much better behaved since RMT members voted 'yes' to industrial action over grievances that amount to management bullying and deny