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In the UK, Transport for London (TfL) saw a £ 100 million drop in advertising revenue across its network of tube, train and bus stations after pandemic Covid-19 restrictions kept travelers away from traveling. to work.

TfL’s advertising heritage, comprising more than 100,000 billboards, posters and panels throughout the capital’s metro and rail network, on trains, buses and shelters, is one of the largest and most valuable in the world.

However, with travel in the city at record low levels at the height of the pandemic, advertisers disappeared, causing business revenue to plummet by more than two-thirds to £ 50 million in the year through the end of March. . It’s in stark contrast to 2019, when TfL’s ad revenue posted an annual growth of £ 158.3 million:




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