How many London terminus stations are there?

You might have asked yourself at some point the question "How many London terminus stations are there?" If not, well you might have now. The answer? Well there are 18 stations in the 'London station group', i.e. the number of National Rail stations in central London, however only 14 are actually terminus stations. The London terminus stations are: London Blackfriars London Cannon Street London Charing Cross London Euston London Fenchurch Street London Kings Cross London Liverpool Street London Bridge London Marylebone Moorgate London Paddington London St Pancras International London Victoria London Waterloo »

Train reliability update

We've been hard to work updating our two mobile applications with reliability information across all departures and arrivals boards. A few weeks ago we rolled this out for filtered boards (those with a calling point station chosen) and on Android only. Now you can see the green, yellow or red reliability bars on all boards for both iOS and Android. So make sure you check in the App Store and Google Play store for the latest updates, and if you don't already have Fasteroute installed you can find it here: »

Android Update: Choosing a Punctual Train

Tonight we've released a new update for Fasteroute for Android (an iOS update is in the works and will be released soon) which lands the beginnings of an exciting new feature. In the picture above, you might notice something a bit different about that departure board - the green, yellow and red bars next to the train are telling you, based on the last few months of history, how well that train runs to timetable. Green means it's generally on time, yellow means it's often a bit delayed, and red means it's got a reputation for long delays and cancellations. »

How Reliable is My Train?

How reliable is my train? It's something I often wonder when choosing which train to take, and it's something that's hard to answer without months of commuting experience. This summer, in partnership with The Open Data Institute, we built a web site to try and help you find an answer to exactly this question. So if you're are regular train traveller, or just a bit of a stats geek, why not head over the the Fasteroute Delay Explorer and plug in the details of your journey, and see how close to timetable your train generally runs. You'll also be able »

Tube Strike: Wednesday 5th - Thursday 6th August 2015

That's right it's happening again! There's a tube strike on Wednesday (Aug 5th) from 18:30! If you're worried about getting to work, to the airport, or just travelling in general, we have a few tips to help you get by. Travelling By Rail Rail services will be busier than usual during the strike, so make sure you give yourself plenty of time to travel. We've put together a webpage where you can find the closest rail station to any of the affected tube stations. Don't forget, London Overground is running a normal service, so you won't find those stations »