Good old British Airways looks like it's about to swallow-up one of its smaller, loss-making rivals, BMI, giving BA pretty much total control of Heathrow. BA's parent company IAG has agreed to buy BMI off Lufthansa for around £300 million.
Normally I'd not suggest lining the pockets of TFL more than you already do, but in this case, I think it's perfectly acceptable to give them £20 in exchange for access to one of London's most famous closed-down tube stations.
Daniel Simon designed the Light Cycles for Tron: Legacy and the vehicles for Captain America, but now one of his craziest concepts yet is coming to life in a street legal version. Let's hope no one kills themselves riding it.
Bad luck if you travel on the A1 southbound in Hertfordshire, and enjoy putting your foot down too hard -- the speed camera between junctions three and four has been named as the UK's highest-earner amongst the speed cameras.
Sam and I are in two minds about the driverless tubes which may well hit London in just 10 years' time. I think we can all agree it'll be a challenge to TFL (not to mention the daily commuters), but tell us who you think has the best argument below:
In a world where product lines must be updated at least once yearly to stay on trend, the Land Rover Defender has always been a breath of fresh air; virtually unchanged in its 63 years. After talk of a new model scared diehards silly, Land Rover's lengthened its life-expectancy by another six years.
How does one move 308 tons of solid granite from a quarry in Riverside county, through some of the busiest streets in the country, to the grounds of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art? This mammoth trailer is certainly a start.