London Assembly

Tuesday, 22 January 2019

  • Self-build (1)

    Do you have an estimate of how many people have signed up to “Right to Build” self-build registers in London?

  • Dial-a-Ride

    Please provide for each borough, broken down by month, how many trips, refusals, cancellations and service cancellations there were for all periods since January 2018.

  • TfL Board Changes

    With regard to your response to MQT 2018/2660, when do you expect the TfL Board to have a Member with experience in Operational Safety matters?

  • TfL Safety Panel

    With regard to your response to MQT 2018/2661, will you consider posting the contact details of the individual members of TfL's Safety Sustainability and Human Resources Panel on the TfL Website?...

  • Piccadilly Line Trains

    Are you content that the first 40 of the 94 trains that Siemens will build for the Piccadilly Line will be built in Vienna?

  • Report on Human Error

    In response to Question 2018/2658, you stated that in TfL’s 24 July 2018 Board Report on Human Error “the discussion around the audit report at the SSHR meeting of 26 June 2017 did...

  • "Makeover Monday" Data Challenge on TfL's bus safety data

    Recently a crowd-sourced challenge called "Makeover Monday" analysed TfL bus safety data from 2015 to Quarter 2 in 2018. Was TfL aware of this exercise and will it consider contacting the...

  • Dedicated charging points for electric taxis (3)

    How many dedicated charging points for electric taxis exist at Heathrow?

  • FirstGroup Tram Operations Limited's 30-year tram contract

    When the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) re-issued its Croydon crash investigation in October 2018 (

  • Bus Collisions presented in HSE reports

    The quarterly HSE reports presented to TfL's Safety, Sustainability and HR committee in November 2017 clearly show bus collisions increasing year on year from January 2014, however data in the...

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (2)

    In a press release on 19th December 2018, TfL stated that ‘taxis are currently responsible for 20% of harmful NOx emissions and by 2020 they will be the biggest source of transport...

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (3)

    What percentage of NOx are produced by taxis in GREATER LONDON?

  • Dagenham East Station

    What discussions, if any, have you had with the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham regarding proposals for a C2C stop at Dagenham East station? Would you support such a proposal?

  • Gospel Oak-Barking Line

    Can you provide an update on the current situation regarding the introduction of the new Class 710 trains on the Gospel Oak-Barking line which runs through my constituency?

  • Fatal stabbings

    Please publish a table showing for each year since 2002, the number of people fatally stabbed in London, broken down by age.

  • Roads Funding (1)

    You are planning to continue the policy of significantly reducing the programme of proactive road maintenance, which will lead to a significant drop in the State of good repair, for both the...

  • Small businesses scrapping polluting vehicles

    A constituent has asked if your recently announced £23 million fund to help small businesses scrap their polluting vehicles will include subsidies for businesses who wish to scrap their old...

  • Good Work Standard

    In answer to my question 2018/0939 you told me that that the launch of the Good Work Standard would be during 2018. Subsequently, in answer to my question 2018/3041, you told me that it had been...

  • The Elizabeth Line (2)

    As referred to in question 2018/2635, please publish Crossrail Ltd’s revised schedule for final infrastructure and systems testing.

  • Ulez

    What preparations are being carried out in the lead up to the start of the ULEZ in April 2019?

  • Publication of TfL’s Independent Monitoring Checks of its Bus Fleet

    Further to your response to 2017/4307 does TfL have any intention of publishing its “monthly independent monitoring checks” of the bus fleet on its website? Please provide me with...

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (1)

    In 2016, TfL stated that black taxis were responsible for 16% of NOx emissions in CENTRAL LONDON, and they increased this figure to 18% in 2017. How did they calculate those figures?

  • London Homeless Charities Group

    Will you ensure that SPEAR, which supports people facing homelessness in Richmond, Merton, Sutton, Kingston and Wandsworth receives funding through Tap London?

  • Nationals of other EU countries [3]

    How many members of staff in TfL are nationals of other EU countries; what estimate have you made of the likely number who will return home in the event of a hard Brexit; and what are you doing...

  • ‘Bedrooms of London’

    The Childhood Trust has highlighted the numbers of children who do not have their own bedroom through their upcoming exhibition ‘Bedrooms of London’. What impact does not having a...

  • Nationals of other EU countries [4]

    What estimate have you made of the impact of a hard Brexit on TfL’s ability to recruit staff who are nationals of other EU countries?

  • Federation of Small Businesses call for a soft start to the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (2)

    Will you agree to the Federation of Small Businesses call for a significant increase in spending on external communications on the ULEZ scheme to ensure a wider awareness amongst businesses?

  • Buses (1)

    The direct operating cost of the Bus Network has gone from £445m in 2012/13 to £723m in 2020/21. Why has this cost gone up and how are you going to get it back down again?

  • TfL Taxi and PHV Spend

    What is a) the longest and b) the most expensive taxi or private hire journey that was taken in 2018 and paid for by TfL?

  • Issuing of licences for taxi and private hire drivers (1)

    What targets, if any, exist for the processing and issuing of licences to taxi and private hire drivers?

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The London Assembly is a 25-member elected body, part of the Greater London Authority, that scrutinises the activities of the Mayor of London.

The London Assembly was established in 2000 and meets at City Hall on the south bank of the River Thames, close to Tower Bridge. The Assembly is also able to investigate other issues of importance to Londoners (transport, environmental matters, etc.), publish its findings and recommendations, and make proposals to the Mayor.

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