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London Assembly

Monday, 14 October 2019

  • Surface water flooding of Transport for London stations (1)

    Recent heavy rains have caused closures of Transport for London (TfL) controlled stations, especially on 24 September 2019. Can you list for the last five years: a) what stations were closed due...

  • Delay Repay (1)

    Why does London Overground and TfL Rail not offer Delay Repay 15? What plans, if any, do you have for them to offer it in the future?

  • Cross-river road pricing

    Given the existing and forthcoming investments for other charging infrastructure, when could Transport for London (TfL) deliver smart, fair road pricing on river crossings?

  • Delay Repay (4)

    According to the office of Road and Rail, in 2018-19 TfL Rail closed 9,931 claims for delay compensation, but only approved 74.8% of those claims. Can you give the reasons for not approving 25.2%...

  • London Transport Museum

    Currently TfL staff and nominees are entitled to visit the London Transport Museum for free. Is this something you would consider extending to staff across the GLA group?

  • Compensation for Late Train Journeys

    What steps, if any, are you taking to encourage more people to claim a refund for any delays they experience on London Overground or TfL Rail?

  • Delay Repay (3)

    According to the office of Road and Rail ( -claims-factsheet-1819-q4.pdf), in 2018-19 London Overground closed 6,461 claims for delay...

  • Delay Repay (5)

    According to the DfT’s Rail Delays and Compensation Report 2018 ( /system/uploads/attachment_data/file/751380/rail-delays-and-...

  • Surface water flooding of Transport for London stations (3)

    On 24 September 2019, the sub-surface District and Circle line tube station at Victoria flooded, causing serious disruption. Work to improve Victoria station was completed in autumn 2018 at a...

  • Upton Park Station Leaflets

    Will you take steps to investigate reports of large numbers of leaflets and flyers advertising ‘adult services’ around the Upton Park Underground Station area and take steps to clean...

  • Oyster weekly cap (1)

    In response to 2019/2085 in February this year, you stated that TfL and rail operators were finalising plans to roll out the weekly cap to London Underground and rail services in Spring 2019....

  • Delay Repay (2)

    Will Crossrail operate a Delay Repay 15 scheme when it opens?

  • Your priorities for London' consultation

    When are the results of the 'your priorities for London' consultation due to be published, and will you commit to ensuring these will be provided to AMs in advance of the publication of the draft...

  • Jubilee Line (2)

    Please publish a table, showing for each separate day of July, August and September 2019 the actual frequency of trains operating on the Jubilee Line during peak hours.

  • Jubilee Line (1)

    It was reported in the Sunday Times on the 7th April 2019 that Canary Wharf was threatening to sue TfL over what it regarded as a poor Jubilee line tube service, Please publish the response...

What is this?

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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