London Assembly

Thursday, 3 October 2019

  • TfL Compliance Checks

    Can you provide data for the last 12 months (with a monthly/quarterly/period breakdown) on: a) the number of on-street vehicle and driver checks carried out by TfL’s taxi and private hire...

  • PHV Licences (1)

    For each year, and for the last 3 years, can you provide a breakdown of how many private hire licences have been issued to drivers who: a) were required to provide and did provide a Certificate...

  • Knowledge of London Active Applicants

    In the released slides for May’s Taxi Operational Performance meeting TFL state ‘We are undertaking a wider piece of work to identify and suspend those applications that are no longer...

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (2)

    What amount of education does TfL provide and how many hours of training do Private Hire Drivers undergo before they become licensed?

  • Energy system resilience (2)

    How can you ensure that London’s transport system is more resilient to energy outages?

  • A10 Enfield speed cameras

    I have been asking for speed cameras to be installed on the A10 in Enfield for some time now. The MPS have been undertaking enforcement action over the past few months which has confirmed the...

  • Star rating system for lorries and Vision Zero action plan (3)

    How many HGVs operating in London do you currently estimate to be achieving each of the ratings, from zero stars to five stars, of your Direct Vision Standard (DVS)?

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (4)

    Do you agree that TfL should interview all applicants for taxi and/or private hire licences and test their ability to drive before allowing them to proceed to drive the public?

  • Croydon Tram Investigation

    Further to your response to MQT 2019/14344 https://www.london.gov.uk/questions/2019/14344 what proof can you provide that the Transport Commissioner or TfL’s Audit and Assurance Committee...

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (6)

    Given that TfL do not regulate App companies, are they putting the safety of the public at risk by not insisting that all companies operating in the industry hold an Operator’s licence?

  • Contactless payment chips

    Technology is changing, there are companies working on contactless contact payment chips that can be implanted under the skin, would this be permittable on the TFL network if a ticket inspector...

  • TFL CCTV

    Please provide the number of TFL owned CCTV cameras in 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19 by borough.

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (9)

    What measures has the Mayor taken to address increases in sexual assaults and road traffic accidents in the private hire trade that were not put in place by the previous Mayor?

  • e-Taxi Bays

    Can you clarify whether any enforcement measures are in place for 'e-Taxi Only’ bays and, if so, what?

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (3)

    On 24 June 2018, Andrew Gilligan wrote in The Sunday Times that Uber had investigated 1,100 drivers for serious offences: how many of those drivers had been assessed by TfL as being fit and...

  • Homelessness and crime

    Centrepoint’s recent report “Escaping the Trap” documents the considerable overlap between involvement in criminal activity and housing instability. Will the Mayor’s...

  • Discrepancies about the conclusions of Croydon Tram Fatigue Audit IA 17 780 found in publications of the Safety, Sustainability and Human Resources Panel and the Audit and Assurance Committee

    While a “Post Meeting Note” published in the minutes of the 26 June 2017 Safety, Sustainability and Human Resources Panel clearly states that Fatigue Audit IA 17 780 had concluded...

  • Buses and disabled access

    I’m raising this issue on behalf of disabled service users of Harrow Mencap: What work is being done with bus companies to ensure bus drivers are more sensitive to the needs of disabled...

  • Cab Enforcement Unit (2)

    Does the Met Police’s cab enforcement unit make independent decisions that are not influenced by TfL?

  • Use of taxi charging points by other vehicles

    A constituent has raised concerns that electric vehicle (EV) charging points reserved for taxis are being used by other vehicles. What enforcement measures are Transport for London (TfL) taking...

  • Fulfilling accepted bookings

    In response to question 2019/14346, the Mayor stated ‘indeed I would expect private hire companies to make every effort to fulfil bookings they have accepted’. Why is this not a...

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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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