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Spotlight on .. Holborn

We visit Holborn station where staff are getting in shape for the next phase of change It’s an interesting time…

 1 week ago in News

Annual Leave 2016

We’ve received many questions about the annual leave rotation and lists for 2016. We’re pleased to report that you can now…

 4 weeks ago in News

Running with the Circus

Above: Station Supervisor Dave Yeaman with Station Assistant Multi-Functional Mustak Boriyawala Debbie Grove reports on life at one of our…

 4 weeks ago in News

Promotion Opportunities!

Almost everyone in our stations should now know where they’ll be working when we move to our new operating model…

 1 month ago in News

What the Fit For The Future – Stations programme means for you

Passengers boarding trainWelcome to our Fit for the Future – Stations website. We’ve launched this site because we’re committed to being open, transparent, fair and consistent with our people throughout this proposed change process.

You’ll be able to find most of the information you need about the changes being proposed, and how they could affect you.

If you don’t – just send us a question or tell us what other concerns you have. We’ll do our best to respond as soon as possible. We’re also looking to get your feedback on all our communication during Fit for the Future – Stations. Let us know what you think with this survey.

This website is designed for employees of Transport for London, if you’re a customer, you can find out more information on our Future Tube site.

Future Stations

Train going through station

We’ve listened to our customers and our team members and we’re proposing a new way of working which recognises the difference in customer needs and station types

How it affects me

Train passing platform

We’re proposing to introduce a new operating model that helps us deliver better customer service.

Join the Discussion

Passengers emerging from station

You can ask questions and comment on the proposals here, and see comments from other station staff.