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  • A chance to share your views on transport in Camden

    By JulieGK at 17:32 on 10/10/12
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    Camden Council and their partners at Transport for London are holding a public meeting about transport issues in the borough. This is your chance to hear from Isabel Dedring, London's Deputy Mayor for Transport and Councillor Phil Jones, Camden Council's Cabinet Member for Sustainability about residents' ideas for improving transport. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions. Officers from Camden Council and the Transport for...
  • TFL issue bus strke advice

    By JulieGK at 18:24 on 21/06/12
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    Transport for London has issued contingency travel advice if tomorrow's (Friday's) bus strike goes ahead. TfL is calling on the leadership of the Unite union to call off tomorrow's industrial action, but is warning Londoners that if the strike does go ahead bus services could be severely disrupted. If the strike does go ahead TfL is urging passengers to use other transport options, or to walk or cycle where possible. The average bus...
  • What Camden Cab Company do you use?

    By MsCamdenTown at 14:54 on 12/12/11
    Camden Taxi
    It's Xmas Party time, which means many merry people, and lots of people opting to taxi home from their night out. We had a look at the local taxi options and want to know what you think of our choices. Chalk Farm Cars They have a very swish website and you have lots of options to order from. Angel Express Cars Had great experiences using these cars and happy to tell people about them as they will get you home safely and quite your...
  • Turn off your bus engine in Camden- or get fined by the council

    By MsCamdenTown at 12:42 on 06/12/11
    Camden bus problems
    It's a personal bugbear of mine the amount of buses that sit idly in their bus lanes going nowhere whilst the drivers have a chat. Hello, I'm late- isn't that what the station is for? It also bugs Camden council but on a more eco note. To help promote better air quality in the borough drivers can b fined up to £80 if they leave their engine idling for over 4 minutes, I'm not sure how they'll monitor this exactly, but it seems...
  • Park and Pay Cashfree in Camden

    By MsCamdenTown at 19:39 on 25/11/11
    Paymobile in Camden
    Parking is a tricky one as you're always short a pound coin or two when you try and pay for your parking, Camden council is looking to help motorists in the borough and is introducing a new way to pay- mobile payments. You'll be able to use a Smartphone to make payments, check balances online and it will even text you to remind you when your parking time is about to expire. This works for all smart phone operators including Android,...

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