Previous Winners



2012


Best Newcomer

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Emirates Air Line

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Complete Pleasure Boats

Sullivan Buses

Water Chariots


Best New Toy for London

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New Bus for London

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Emirates Air Line

S7 Stock

Tramlink Stadler Rail Variobahn Tram


London Bus Operator of the year

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Stagecoach London

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Arriva Shires & Essex

Arriva London

London General


London Pier of the year

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London Eye Pier

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Millbank Millennium Pier

North Greenwich Pier

Westminster Millennium Pier


London Rail Operator of the year (supported by the [image] )

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Southern

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FirstGroup (London Trams)

London Underground


London River Commuter Service Operator of the year

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Thames Clippers

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Complete Pleasure Boats

Serco


London River Tourist/ Leisure Service Operator of the year

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EDF Energy London Eye

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City Cruises

Crown River Cruises

Thames River Services


London Station of the year

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Stratford Station

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Blackfriars Station (London Blackfriars)

East Croydon Station

Waterloo Station (London Waterloo)


London Underground Line of the year

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Victoria Line

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Central Line

District Line

Jubilee Line


London Underground Rolling Stock of the year

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2009 Tube Stock

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1992 Tube Stock

A60/ A62 Stock

S Stock


Transport for London Public Transport Service of the year

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London Overground

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Barclays Cycle Hire

Emirates Air Line

Tramlink


Transport in London Sound of the year

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1996 Tube Stock Acceleration/ Deceleration

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D78 Stock Acceleration/ Deceleration

iBus Announcements

London Underground Stations “Good Service on all London Underground Lines” Announcement 


2013


London Bus Operator of the year

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SLWH0028 Stagecoach London

Stagecoach London is the trading name for Stagecoach’s London bus operations; East London, Selkent & Thameside and operates bus routes in Central, East and South London from their garages in Barking, Bow, Bromley, Catford, Leyton, Plumstead, Rainham Romford and West Ham. Stagecoach London purchased East London and Selkent in 1994, Stagecoach sold their London operations in 2006 to Macquarie Bank who re-branded the companies back to their original names and established the new company ‘Thameside’ and when Stagecoach bought back Macquarie Bank’s London operations they re-branded them back to Stagecoach London.

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Blue Triangle

London Central

London United


London Commuter River Service Operator of the year

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LRSV0003Thames Clippers

Thames Clippers operate the Hilton Docklands to Canary Wharf Ferry (RB4), the London Bridge to Canary Wharf Shuttle (RB3), the Putney to Blackfriars Commuter River Boat service (RB6) under licence from London River Services, the service calls at Putney, Wandsworth Riverside Quarter, Chelsea Harbour, Cadogan, Embankment and Blackfriars Millennium Piers, the service also serves Bankside, London Bridge City, Tower Millennium and Canary Wharf Piers at certain times of the day and the Embankment to Woolwich Arsenal Commuter River Boat service (RB1) under licence from London River Services which includes the O2 Express Service and North Greenwich to Woolwich Arsenal Shuttle (RB5), the service calls at Embankment, London Eye, Blackfriars Millennium, Bankside, London Bridge City, Tower Millennium, Canary Wharf, Greenland Dock, Masthouse Terrace, Greenwich, North Greenwich and Woolwich Arsenal Piers. Thames Clippers also operate the Tate to Tate and Service West commuter service which operates between Bankside Pier/ Blackfriars Pier and St Georges Wharf Pier in Vauxhall serving both the Tate Modern and Tate Britain Museums as well as calling at Embankment and Millbank Millennium Piers.

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Briggs Marine


London Pier of the year

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London Eye Pier (Waterloo Millennium Pier)

The London Eye Pier also known as the Waterloo Millennium Pier is located in Waterloo directly in front of the EDF Energy London Eye. The Pier is served by the Embankment to Blackfriars Commuter River service (RB1) and Tate to Tate and Service West Commuter River service (RB6) both operated by Thames Clippers, Westminster to Greenwich Express Service operated by City Cruises and London Eye River Cruise operated by Thames Clippers. The pier is one of five new Millennium Piers opened in 2000 as part of the Thames 2000 project.

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Canary Wharf Pier

Millbank Millennium Pier

Westminster Millennium Pier


London Rail Operator of the year (supported by the [image] )

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South West Trains

South West Trains is owned by the Stagecoach Group and operates the South Western Rail Franchise which runs from London Waterloo to locations is South-West London, Surrey, Hampshire, Dorset, Devon, Somerset, Berkshire, and Wiltshire as well as the Island Line which is the only rail line on the Isle of Wight. South West Trains have operated this franchise since February 1996.

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London Overground Rail Operations

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London Station of the year

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Kings Cross St. Pancras Station

Kings Cross St. Pancras Station opened in 1863 as part of the original section Metropolitan Railway making it one of the first ever underground railway stations in the world, it is served by the Circle, Hammersmith & City and the Metropolitan Lines between Farringdon & Euston Square, the Northern Line between Angel & Euston on the Bank Branch, the Piccadilly Line between Caledonian Road & Russell Square and the Victoria Line between Highbury and Islington & Euston. The Station also provides interchange with National Rail services at Kings Cross and St Pancras International Stations, there is also interchange for Eurostar and Southeastern High Speed services from St Pancras International Station, the station is in Travelcard Zone 1. The station has been rebuilt many times, the most recent of which was completed in 2009 which saw refurbishment of the whole station, new ticket halls, new subways, new forecourts and new entrances.

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Canary Wharf Station (London Underground)

London Bridge Station

Waterloo Station (London Waterloo)


London Tourist/ Leisure River Service Operator of the year

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EDF Energy London Eye

The EDF Energy London Eye operate the EDF Energy London Eye River Cruise on the River Thames which operates regularly from the London Eye Pier.

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Bateaux London

City Cruises

Crown River Cruises


London Underground Line of the year

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Victoria Line

The Victoria Line is a deep level line and runs from Brixton in the south to Walthamstow Central in the north and serves 16 Stations. The Victoria Line is one of only two London Underground Lines which is completely underground. The line sees 199.988 million passenger journeys per year.

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Hammersmith & City Line

Jubilee Line

Piccadilly Line


London Underground Rolling Stock of the year

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P92500282009 Tube Stock (Victoria Line)

The 2009 Tube Stock is a deep level stock used on the Victoria Line, it is built by Bombardier and began service between 2009 & 2011 making it the newest deep level stock on London Underground. 2009 Stock trains are fitted with equipment that allows them to run automatically on the Victoria Line and are the largest deep level stock in London to take advantage of the Victoria Line’s larger tunnel diameter.

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1996 Tube Stock

C Stock

S Stock


Transport for London Public Service of the year

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London Overground Class 378 trainsLondon Overground

London Overground was launched in 2007 and is operated by London Rail Operations Ltd. under franchise control of TfL as part of the National Rail Network. The network was extended from Dalston Junction to Highbury & Islington in February 2011 and from Surrey Quays to Clapham Junction in December 2012 completing the orbital network. London Overground now has 83 stations over 6 lines and sees over 200,000 users a day.

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Barclays Cycle Hire

London Buses

London Underground


Transport in London Sound of the year

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Voice of Emma Hignett

Emma Hignett is the voice of many announcements heard in London including London Overground Trains, London River Bus Services and London Buses iBus Announcements, she has recorded around 45,000 announcements for Transport for London and is still working with TfL on more announcements.

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London Underground Station ‘Next Train’ Announcements

Mind The Gap’ Announcements

New Bus for London Vehicle Motors



2014


London Bus Operator of the year

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SLRM0045Stagecoach London

Stagecoach London is the trading name for Stagecoach’s London bus operations; East London, Selkent & Thameside and operates bus routes in Central, East and South London from their garages in Barking, Bow, Bromley, Catford, Leyton, Plumstead, Rainham Romford and West Ham. Stagecoach London purchased East London and Selkent in 1994, Stagecoach sold their London operations in 2006 to Macquarie Bank who re-branded the companies back to their original names and established the new company ‘Thameside’ and when Stagecoach bought back Macquarie Bank’s London operations they re-branded them back to Stagecoach London.

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Abellio London

London Central

London General


London Commuter River Service Operator of the year

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LRSV0003KPMG Thames Clippers

Thames Clippers operate the Hilton Docklands to Canary Wharf Ferry (RB4), the London Bridge to Canary Wharf Shuttle (RB3), the Putney to Blackfriars Commuter River Boat service (RB6) under licence from London River Services, the service calls at Putney, Wandsworth Riverside Quarter, Chelsea Harbour, Cadogan, Embankment and Blackfriars Millennium Piers, the service also serves Bankside, London Bridge City, Tower Millennium and Canary Wharf Piers at certain times of the day and the Embankment to Woolwich Arsenal Commuter River Boat service (RB1) under licence from London River Services which includes the O2 Express Service and North Greenwich to Woolwich Arsenal Shuttle (RB5), the service calls at Embankment, London Eye, Blackfriars Millennium, Bankside, London Bridge City, Tower Millennium, Canary Wharf, Greenland Dock, Masthouse Terrace, Greenwich, North Greenwich and Woolwich Arsenal Piers. Thames Clippers also operate the Tate to Tate and Service West commuter service which operates between Bankside Pier/ Blackfriars Pier and St Georges Wharf Pier in Vauxhall serving both the Tate Modern and Tate Britain Museums as well as calling at Embankment and Millbank Millennium Piers.

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Briggs Marine


London Pier of the year

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London Eye Pier (Waterloo Millennium Pier)

The London Eye Pier also known as the Waterloo Millennium Pier is located in Waterloo directly in front of the EDF Energy London Eye. The Pier is served by the Embankment to Woolwich Arsenal Commuter River service (RB1) and Tate to Tate and Service West Commuter River service (RB6) both operated by Thames Clippers, Westminster to Greenwich Express Service operated by City Cruises and London Eye River Cruise operated by Thames Clippers. The pier is one of five new Millennium Piers opened in 2000 as part of the Thames 2000 project.

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Bankside Pier

Greenwich Pier

Tower Millennium Pier


London Rail Operator of the year (supported by the [image] ):

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South West Trains

South West Trains is owned by the Stagecoach Group and operates the South Western Rail Franchise which runs from London Waterloo to locations is South-West London, Surrey, Hampshire, Dorset, Devon, Somerset, Berkshire, and Wiltshire as well as the Island Line which is the only rail line on the Isle of Wight. South West Trains have operated this franchise since February 1996.

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Abellio Greater Anglia

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Southern 


London Station of the year

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London St Pancras International

St Pancras International also known as London St Pancras International is a London Terminal Station located in the London Borough of Camden. The Station is the London terminus of East Midlands Trains services, Southeastern High Speed services and Eurostar services. The station is also served by Thameslink services and London Underground Services at Kings Cross St Pancras London Underground Station. Eurostar services are separated from domestic rail services and can only be accessed via a security sealed terminal area. The station is a Grade I listed building which opened on 1st October 1868, the station underwent a major refurbishment in 2006 and started being served by Eurostar services in 2007.

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Langdon Park

Stratford

London Waterloo


London Tourist/ Leisure River Service Operator of the year

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City Cruises

City Cruises operate regular scheduled public sightseeing cruises on the River Thames. City Cruises services operate regularly from Westminster Millennium Pier, London Eye Pier, Tower Millennium Pier and Greenwich Pier.

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Bateaux London

Crown River Cruises

EDF Energy London Eye


London Underground Line of the year

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Northern Line

The Northern Line operates from Edgware and High Barnet to Morden via Brent Cross, East Finchley, Camden Town, Euston, Charing Cross, Kings Cross St Pancras, Bank, London Bridge, Kennington and Clapham. The section between Stockwell and Borough opened in 1890 making this the oldest section of deep level tube line on London Underground and make the Northern Line the first deep level tube line in London. The Northern Line has two branches north of Camden and two branches between Camden and Kennington, the Charing Cross Branch is due to be extended from Kennington to Battersea via Nine Elms which may see the two branches separated in the future.

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Circle Line

Central Line

Hammersmith & City Line


London Underground Rolling Stock of the year

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DSCF1507S Stock (Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines)

The S Stock is a sub-surface stock used on all London Underground sub-surface lines, these are the Circle Line, District Line, Hammersmith & City Line and Metropolitan Line, it is built by Bombardier and began service on the Metropolitan Line in July 2010 making it the newest London Underground Rolling Stock. There are two types of S Stock Trains, S8 Stock Trains operate on the Metropolitan Line in 8 car formation and include transverse seating whereas S7 Stock Trains operate on the Circle, District and Hammersmith & City Lines in 7 car formation and feature only longitudinal seating. The S Stock has fully replaced C Stock trains on the Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines is currently being rolled out on the District Line replacing the current D Stock Trains. S Stock trains are fitted with equipment that allows them to run automatically on all sub-surface lines however this wont be used until the necessary signalling is installed which is on track to be installed by 2018.

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1973 Tube Stock (Piccadilly Line)

1996 Tube Stock (Jubilee Line)

2009 Tube Stock (Victoria Line)


Most Improved of the year

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LORL0001London Overground

London Overground was launched in 2007 and is operated by London Rail Operations Ltd. under franchise control of TfL as part of the National Rail Network. The network was extended from Dalston Junction to Highbury & Islington in February 2011 and from Surrey Quays to Clapham Junction in December 2012 completing the orbital network. London Overground now has 83 stations over 6 lines and sees over 200,000 users a day. London Overground is to take over the Seven Sisters Routes and the Chingford Branch of the West Anglia Suburban Lines from Abellio Greater Anglia in 2015 as well as the Upminster to Romford Branch Line.

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CentreComm

Circle Line

Stagecoach London


Transport for London Public Service of the year

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London Buses

London Buses is the subsidiary of Transport for London (TfL) that manages bus services within the Greater London area since 1999. London Buses are responsible for planning new bus routes, revising existing bus routes, route timetables, monitoring service quality, management of bus stops & bus stations, operating CentreComm and providing information for passengers.

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Barclays Cycle Hire

London Underground

Tramlink


Transport in London Sound of the year

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Voice of Emma Hignett

Emma Hignett is the voice of many announcements heard in London including London Overground Trains, London River Bus Services and London Buses iBus Announcements, she has recorded around 45,000 announcements for Transport for London and is still working with TfL on more announcements.

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1996 Tube Stock Motor Acceleration/ Deceleration

‘Mind The Gap’ Announcements

S Stock Door Opening Chime


2015

London Bus Operator of the year

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London General


London General is one quarter of Go-Ahead London, the name for Go-Ahead Group’s London operations. Go-Ahead London is London’s largest bus operator and most routes are run under the London General name. London General is named after the ‘London General Omnibus Company’ which was the principal operator of buses in London between 1855 and 1933 and began operating in 1989 when London Buses was divided into 11 business units and was purchased by the Go-Ahead Group in May 1996.

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Metroline

Stagecoach London

Sullivan Buses

 

London Commuter River Service Operator of the year

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LRSV0003MBNA Thames Clippers

Thames Clippers operate the Hilton Docklands to Canary Wharf Ferry (RB4), the London Bridge to Canary Wharf Shuttle (RB3), the Putney to Blackfriars Commuter River Boat service (RB6) under licence from London River Services, the service calls at Putney, Wandsworth Riverside Quarter, Chelsea Harbour, Cadogan, Embankment and Blackfriars Millennium Piers, the service also serves Bankside, London Bridge City, Tower Millennium and Canary Wharf Piers at certain times of the day and the Embankment to Woolwich Arsenal Commuter River Boat service (RB1) under licence from London River Services which includes the O2 Express Service and North Greenwich to Woolwich Arsenal Shuttle (RB5), the service calls at Embankment, London Eye, Blackfriars Millennium, Bankside, London Bridge City, Tower Millennium, Canary Wharf, Greenland Dock, Masthouse Terrace, Greenwich, North Greenwich and Woolwich Arsenal Piers. Thames Clippers also operate the Tate to Tate and Service West commuter service which operates between Bankside Pier/ Blackfriars Pier and St Georges Wharf Pier in Vauxhall serving both the Tate Modern and Tate Britain Museums as well as calling at Embankment and Millbank Millennium Piers.

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Briggs Marine


London Pier of the year

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Westminster Millennium Pier

Westminster Millennium Pier is located in Westminster opposite Westminster London Underground Station. The pier is served by the Westminster/ St Katherine’s Circular Cruise operated by Circular Cruise Westminster, the Westminster to Greenwich River Tours operated by Thames River Services and City Cruises and the Westminster to Hampton Court Summer River Tour operated by Thames River Boats. Westminster Millennium Pier is not served by any Commuter River Services. The pier is one of five new Millennium Piers opened in 2000 as part of the Thames 2000 project.

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Canary Wharf Pier

Chelsea Harbour Pier

Tower Millennium Pier


London Rail Operator of the year (supported by the [image] ):

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Chiltern Railways

Chiltern Railways is owned by Arriva UK Trains and operates services on the Chiltern Main Line from London Marylebone Station to destinations in Buckinhamshire, Oxfordshire, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Birmingham and the West Midlands as well as services between London and Aylesbury and a one a day service from West Ruislip to London Paddington and back and the Oxford to Bicester branch line. Chiltern Railways have operated the Chiltern Railways Rail Franchise since July 1996.

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KeolisAmey Docklands (Docklands Light Railway)

London Overground Rail Operations (London Overground)


London Station of the year

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Stratford

Stratford Station, also known as Stratford (London) & Stratford Regional is a multilevel interchange hub station in Stratford, East London and is one of three stations in Stratford with Stratford in the name, the others being Stratford International and Stratford High Street. The station is served by Abellio Greater Anglia, TfL Rail and London Overground services, the Docklands Light Railway and London Underground Central & Jubilee Lines. The station has nineteen platforms although these include 3a, 4a, 4b & 10a and does not include a platform 7. The station was opened by the Eastern Counties Railway in 1839 and was joined by Central Line services in 1946. DLR services were originally introduced in 1987 with a second branch launching in 2011, the Jubilee Line extension to Stratford open in 1999 and Crossrail services will start serving the station in 2017.

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East Croydon

London Bridge

Marylebone (London Marylebone)


London Tourist/ Leisure River Service Operator of the year

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Coca-Cola London Eye

Coca-Cola London Eye operate a 40 minute sightseeing tour on the River Thames from the London Eye Pier (Waterloo Millennium Pier) under licence from London River Services, part of TfL. Coca-Cola London Eye operate from only one pier.

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Bateaux London

London RIB Experience

London River Boats


London Underground Line of the year

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Jubilee Line

The Jubilee Line operates from Stratford to Stanmore via North Greenwich, Canary Wharf, Canada Water, London Bridge, Waterloo, Westminster, Bond Street, Baker Street and Wembley Park. The section between Kingsbury and Stanmore was originally part of the Metropolitan Railway now known as the Metropolitan Line but was later taken over by the Bakerloo Line and again later by the Jubilee Line in 1979. The line originally ran between Stanmore and Charing Cross and was extended from Green Park to Stratford in stages in 1999 and the line stopped serving Charing Cross however the line and platforms still exist and are sometimes used for filming and as a siding for services terminating at Green Park.

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District Line

Metropolitan Line

Northern Line


London Underground Rolling Stock of the year

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DSCF1507S Stock (Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines)

The S Stock is a sub-surface stock used on all London Underground sub-surface lines, these are the Circle Line, District Line, Hammersmith & City Line and Metropolitan Line, it is built by Bombardier and began service on the Metropolitan Line in July 2010 making it the newest London Underground Rolling Stock. There are two types of S Stock Trains, S8 Stock Trains operate on the Metropolitan Line in 8 car formation and include transverse seating whereas S7 Stock Trains operate on the Circle, District and Hammersmith & City Lines in 7 car formation and feature only longitudinal seating. The S Stock has fully replaced C Stock trains on the Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines is currently being rolled out on the District Line replacing the current D Stock Trains. S Stock trains are fitted with equipment that allows them to run automatically on all sub-surface lines however this wont be used until the necessary signalling is installed which is on track to be installed by 2018.

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1992 Tube Stock

1996 Tube Stock

2009 Tube Stock


Most Improved of the year

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London Bus Route 49

London Bus Route 49 operates from White City Bus Station to Clapham Junction via Kensington, Chelsea and Battersea, the route is operated by Abellio London. The route was extended from Shepherds Bush Green to White City Bus Station on 29th November 2008 and was taken over by Abellio London on 6th September 2014, the route had previously been operated by London United.

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Docklands Light Railway (DLR)

London Bridge Station

Santander Cycles


Transport for London Public Service of the year

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London Buses

London Buses is the subsidiary of Transport for London (TfL) that manages bus services within the Greater London area since 1999. London Buses are responsible for planning new bus routes, revising existing bus routes, route timetables, monitoring service quality, management of bus stops & bus stations, operating CentreComm and providing information for passengers.

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Docklands Light Railway (DLR)

London Overground

Tramlink


Transport in London Newcomer of the year

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TfL Rail

TfL Rail is a train operating company which operates the Crossrail concession in London, services are provided by MTR Crossrail under contract to Transport for London (TfL). TfL Rail started operating on 31st May 2015 and took over the Liverpool Street to Shenfield route from the Greater Anglia Franchise operated by Abellio Greater Anglia. TfL Rail currently uses Class 315 trains gained from Abellio Greater Anglia but will use brand new Class 345 from May 2017 when TfL Rail will be rebranded Crossrail and will operate across Central London, Canary Wharf, Heathrow Airport, Reading and Abbey Wood from 2018-2019.

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Govia Thameslink Railway

KeolisAmey Docklands


Transport in London Sound of the year

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Voice of Emma Hignett

Emma Hignett is the voice of many announcements heard in London including London Overground Trains, London River Bus Services and London Buses iBus Announcements, she has recorded around 45,000 announcements for Transport for London and is still working with TfL on more announcements.

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1992 Tube Stock Motor Deceleration

1996 Tube Stock Motor Deceleration

Voice of Sarah Parnell


2016

 

London Bus Operator of the year

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slrm0045Stagecoach London

Stagecoach London is the trading name for Stagecoach’s London bus operations; East London, Selkent & Thameside and operates bus routes in Central, East and South London from their garages in Barking, Bow, Bromley, Catford, Leyton, Plumstead, Rainham, Romford and West Ham. Stagecoach London purchased East London and Selkent in 1994, Stagecoach sold their London operations in 2006 to Macquarie Bank who re-branded the companies back to their original names and established the new company ‘Thameside’ and when Stagecoach bought back Macquarie Bank’s London operations they re-branded them back to Stagecoach London.

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Arriva London

London Sovereign

London United


London Commuter River Service Operator of the year

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LRSV0003MBNA Thames Clippers

Thames Clippers operate the Hilton Docklands to Canary Wharf Ferry (RB4), the London Bridge to Canary Wharf Shuttle (RB3), the Putney to Blackfriars Commuter River Boat service (RB6) under licence from London River Services, the service calls at Putney, Wandsworth Riverside Quarter, Chelsea Harbour, Cadogan, Embankment and Blackfriars Millennium Piers, the service also serves Bankside, London Bridge City, Tower Millennium and Canary Wharf Piers at certain times of the day and the Embankment to Woolwich Arsenal Commuter River Boat service (RB1) under licence from London River Services which includes the O2 Express Service and North Greenwich to Woolwich Arsenal Shuttle (RB5), the service calls at Embankment, London Eye, Blackfriars Millennium, Bankside, London Bridge City, Tower Millennium, Canary Wharf, Greenland Dock, Masthouse Terrace, Greenwich, North Greenwich and Woolwich Arsenal Piers. Thames Clippers also operate the Tate to Tate and Service West commuter service which operates between Bankside Pier/ Blackfriars Pier and St Georges Wharf Pier in Vauxhall serving both the Tate Modern and Tate Britain Museums as well as calling at Embankment and Millbank Millennium Piers.

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Briggs Marine


London Pier of the year

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London Eye Pier (Waterloo Millennium Pier)

London Eye Pier also known as Waterloo Millennium Pier is located in Waterloo directly underneath the Coca-Cola London Eye. The pier is served by River Bus Routes RB1 and RB2 operated by MNBA Thames Clippers as well as the Westminster to Greenwich River Tour service operated by City Cruises and the London Eye River Cruise operated by the Coca-Cola London Eye. The pier is one of five new Millennium Piers opened in 2000 as part of the Thames 2000 project.

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Canary Wharf Pier

Westminster Millennium Pier

Woolwich Arsenal Pier (Royal Arsenal Pier)


London Rail Operator of the year (supported by logo-black)

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Great Western Railway

Great Western Railway (GWR) is a train operating company owned by FirstGroup. The company operates services from London Paddington to destinations in South-West England such as Penzance & Cornwall, South Wales and locations in the Thames Valley and Gatwick Airport. The company began operating the InterCity Great Western Franchise from the privatisation of British Rail in 1996 and has operated it ever since, it has gone by many names and adopted its current name in September 2015. GWR are currently set to operate the current Greater Western franchise until 30th March 2019.

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KeolisAmey Docklands (Docklands Light Railway)

London Underground


London Station of the year

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London King’s Cross

King’s Cross Station also known as London King’s Cross is a London Terminal Station located in the London Borough of Camden right next to London St Pancras International Station, the two stations are separated only by a road. The station is the London terminus of Virgin Trains East Coast, Grand Central, Hull Trains and Great Northern services. The station is also served by London Underground services at King’s Cross St Pancras London Underground Station located underneath both King’s Cross and St Pancras International Stations. The station was built between 1851 and 1852 as the London Terminus of the East Coast Mainline. The station has undergone many refurbishments in it’s time and in 2005 it underwent a £500 million restoration which included a brand new large departures area directly to the west of the current station building, removal of the 1972 extension to be replaced by an open air area and public square, a new shopping and food area and restoration of the rest of the existing station building, this was completed in 2013.

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London Bridge

London St Pancras International

Stratford


London Tourist/ Leisure River Service Operator of the year

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Thames RIB Experience

Thames RIB Experience operate high speed RIB boats on the River Thames, they offer high speed RIB blasts from North Greenwich Pier and Tower Millennium Pier and also operate a Canary Wharf Experience and Thames Barrier Experience. Thames RIB Experience currently have five high speed RIB vessels.

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City Cruises

Coca-Cola London Eye

Thames River Boats


London Underground Line of the year

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p9120126Jubilee Line

The Jubilee Line operates from Stratford to Stanmore via North Greenwich, Canary Wharf, Canada Water, London Bridge, Waterloo, Westminster, Bond Street, Baker Street and Wembley Park. The section between Kingsbury and Stanmore was originally part of the Metropolitan Railway now known as the Metropolitan Line but was later taken over by the Bakerloo Line and again later by the Jubilee Line in 1979. The line originally ran between Stanmore and Charing Cross and was extended from Green Park to Stratford in stages in 1999 and the line stopped serving Charing Cross however the line and platforms still exist and are sometimes used for filming and as a siding for services terminating at Green Park.

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Bakerloo Line


Central Line

Victoria Line


London Underground Rolling Stock of the year

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DSCF1507S Stock (Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines)

The S Stock is a sub-surface stock used on all London Underground sub-surface lines, these are the Circle Line, District Line, Hammersmith & City Line and Metropolitan Line, it is built by Bombardier and began service on the Metropolitan Line in July 2010 making it the newest London Underground Rolling Stock. There are two types of S Stock Trains, S8 Stock Trains operate on the Metropolitan Line in 8 car formation and include transverse seating whereas S7 Stock Trains operate on the Circle, District and Hammersmith & City Lines in 7 car formation and feature only longitudinal seating. The S Stock has fully replaced C Stock trains on the Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines is currently being rolled out on the District Line replacing the current D Stock Trains. S Stock trains are fitted with equipment that allows them to run automatically on all sub-surface lines however this wont be used until the necessary signalling is installed which is on track to be installed by 2018.

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1992 Tube Stock (Central and Waterloo & City Lines)

1996 Tube Stock (Jubilee Line)

2009 Tube Stock (Victoria Line)


Most Improved of the year

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London Underground – Bakerloo Line

The Bakerloo Line operates from Harrow & Wealdstone and Elephant & Castle via Wembley Central, Paddington, Marylebone, Baker Street, Oxford Circus, Charing Cross and Waterloo, in total the line serves 25 stations and see 111.136 million passenger journeys per year. The Bakerloo Line has changed a lot since it began and at different stages the line has terminated at Watford Junction and Stanmore.

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Abbey Wood Station

Euston Bus Station

London Underground


Transport for London Public Service of the year

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London Underground

London Underground is the subsidiary of Transport for London (TfL) that operates all London Underground lines. The London Underground network has been in operation since 1863 although it wasn’t a network back then, LU began as a single underground railway line which is still in use as part of the Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines. All underground railways in London were brought together under the ‘UndergrounD’ brand in the early 20th century and eventually the companies merged in 1933 to form ‘London Transport’ and the network as we now know it. London Underground has undergone many changes since it began and continues to develop to serve the ever growing London population.

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London Buses

Santander Cycles

Tramlink


Transport in London Sound of the year

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Voice of Emma Hignett

Emma Hignett is the voice of many announcements heard in London including London Overground Trains, London River Bus Services and London Buses iBus Announcements, she has recorded around 45,000 announcements for Transport for London and is still working with TfL on more announcements.

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Docklands Light Railway ‘RTD’ Chime

‘Mind The Gap’ Announcement

Voice of Sarah Parnell


Information correct at the time of the award.