Is Transport for London a company?
Transport for London (TfL) is a local government body responsible for most of the transport network in London, England….Transport for London.
|Legal status||Executive agency within GLA|
|Headquarters||5 Endeavour Square London E20 1JN|
Is the TfL logo copyrighted?
Note that simply changing the colours will not alter the fact that the circle and bar shape of the TfL family of logos is a registered trade mark and therefore protected under the 1994 Trade Marks Act. Anyone wishing to use any of our modal roundels or other corporate logos needs to apply for permission.
What is the logo of TfL?
The Roundel. The London Underground logo is one of the most recognised and imitated logos in the world.
Who designed London Underground logo?
The London Underground roundel, designed by Edward Johnston in 1919, has transcended its function as transport signage, and in many ways become a symbol for London itself.
Does Transport for London make a profit?
Transport for London passenger income 2015-2021 Overall, TfL generated revenue worth 1.6 billion British pounds from all the services in the financial year 2020/21. Around 296 million passenger journeys were made on the London Underground in 2020/21. The majority of which were carried out by ordinary ticket holders.
What area does Transport for London cover?
TfL Rail runs from Paddington to Heathrow Airport and Reading, and Liverpool Street to Shenfield.
Is the London tube map copyright?
The Underground map is recognised the world over as a symbol of London. But did you know it’s protected by copyright and you need permission to reproduce it?
What font is used by TfL?
Johnston 100 font
TfL owns design and copyrights for all cuts of the Johnston 100 font. Application for a copy is only available by completing one of the licence request forms. Johnston 100 was developed for use across our transport network. The Johnston Delf Smith typeface was developed for use on some historical signs.
What font is the London Underground logo?
The Johnston typeface has undergone many changes since it was developed for London Underground by Edward Johnston in 1916. TfL owns design and copyrights for all cuts of the Johnston 100 font. Application for a copy is only available by completing one of the licence request forms.
Is the London Underground logo copyright?
Where are London Underground signs made?
As part of the new London Overground scheme, A.J Wells worked closely with Transport For London on the external Super Graphic illuminated signage for new and refurbished train stations. The letters and roundels were designed, fabricated and hand-assembled in-house at A.J Wells using low energy LED technology.