The public transportation system in London just got a Pride makeover. After boasting a rainbow crosswalk, a rainbow bus, and rainbow taxis, the city has now not only introduced a rainbow train but also a rainbow road along the iconic London Bridge.
With sponsorships from Barclay's, the city has made over a Docklands Light Railway train with six colors of the rainbow in honor of London Pride this week. The colorful, ever-so-gay train will be servicing the Canary Wharf to Stratford route until later this year.
To go one step further, the city has also introduced a rainbow road along the London Bridge. As part of the Spark You City initiative, the colorful road is meant to help transform notable landmarks and "spice up the everyday" according to Pink News. Although the rainbow road is technically not a part of London Pride, it's safe to say it's still great — and we're not complaining!