9 datasets found for "-title:geodata -notes:geodata accesslevel:open"

Products: transport-in-london

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  • Great Britain Station Catchments Open Popular

    Areal "as-the-crow-flies" catchments to stations (represented as approximate centroids), calculated as Voronoi polygons which are clipped to the Great Britain coastline...
  • Greater London Area Open Popular

    The area/boundary of Greater London, governed by the Greater London Authority (GLA) and with most transport services specified or supplied by Transport for London. Local...
  • London Congestion Charge Zone Open Popular

    The area and boundary of central London where a Congestion Charge is levied on certain vehicles (e.g. private cars) entering during the main part of weekdays. Source Shapefile...
  • London Low Emission Zones (LEZ and ULEZ) Open Popular

    Area of the London Low Emission Zone (2008) and Ultra Low Emission Zones (2019 and 2021), as defined by Transport for London. Original source Shapefile/MapInfo/PDFs available at...
  • London Station Catchments Open Popular

    Areal "as-the-crow-flies" catchments to stations (represented as approximate centroids), calculated as Voronoi polygons which are clipped to the Greater London area. Stations...
  • London Traffic Counts Open Popular

    Data from the Department for Transport (DfT) on traffic measurements for over 2000 locations in Greater London. For each, data is available for one or more year between 2000 and...
  • Southwark Traffic Counts Open Popular

    Data from LB Southwark on traffic measurements for over 400 locations in the borough. For each, data is available for one or more year between 2010 and 2016. This is an edited...
  • Station Entry/Exit Counts Open Popular

    Data from Transport for London (TfL) and Office of Rail and Road (ORR). The ORR data was compiled by SDG. This is a merge of several datasets all with different conventions, see...
  • Transport for London Road Network Area Open Popular

    The area and boundary of the "Transport for London Road Network" (TLRN), also known as London's Red Routes. This is a set of polygons, split by London borough, showing the area...