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London Assembly

Wednesday, 30 October 2019

  • TfL Compliance Checks in Basildon

    How often are TfL compliance operations carried out in Basildon? If and when compliance operations are carried out in Basildon, do TfL check the records of bookings to see if private hire drivers...

  • Bus operators and stress management

    Will you ensure that all bus operators have a stress management standard and carry out stress risk assessments of their drivers?

  • Bee-friendly bus stops

    The city of Utrecht in the Netherlands has transformed 316 bus shelters into bee-friendly spaces with green roofs, which also provide benefits for managing heat, air pollution and drainage. Will...

  • Dedicated charging points for electric taxis – update (2)

    What is the ratio of dedicated charging points for electric taxis?

  • Silvertown Tunnel (1)

    Has TfL investigated whether implementing a toll on the Blackwall tunnel could also improve resilience by preventing blockages by, for example, preventing over-height vehicles from registering...

  • Blackwall Tunnel closures

    In your response to my question 2019/12014 concerning the reasons for building the Silvertown Tunnel, you referenced 700 closures per year in Blackwall Tunnel. What alternative measures have been...

  • Bus Crash Investigation Investigations and Vision Zero

    In response to Question 2016/3564, you stated “Although TfL is not given copies of operator investigations into serious incidents on the network, it is provided with the outcomes of these...

  • Healthy school streets

    How many schools have seen improvements made to adjacent streets using TfL’s Healthy Streets fund?

  • Green roofs on bus shelters

    I understand that the Dutch city of Utrecht has 316 bus stops with green roofs. Will you consider adopting a similar policy in London?

  • Bus Contract Performance Audits

    Per your response to Question 2018/0168, how many Bus Contract Performance Audits has TfL conducted since 2005?

  • Bus Safety

    Why do you and TfL refer to improvements in Bus Safety when the police data shows no reductions in KSIs since the beginning of your Mayoralty?

  • Brexit preparedness funding (2)

    How will the £272,909 Brexit preparedness funding for the GLA be spent?

  • Oyster weekly cap (2)

    At present, the weekly cap covers a set period of Monday to Sunday. Would you consider introducing a weekly cap on a rolling basis, so that the first day of the week for the purposes of the cap...

  • New control units

    How many new fire control units are being purchased to replace the old 8 vehicles; and where are a) the current units and b) the new larger units to be stationed?

  • Information about advertisers on the Transport for London network

    In response to a Freedom of Information request asking for details of advertisers, including a breakdown of categories of advertisement on its network, Transport for London (TfL) has said: "we do...

  • ULEZ support scrappage scheme (2)

    What has been the take-up by micro-businesses of the scrappage scheme, in terms of number of businesses and amount of money awarded?

  • strong>Meanwhile and temporary use of home and business sites at Earls Court (2)

    In your answer to my question 2019/12028, you told me you had: "asked TfL to investigate how the empty properties at Earls Court could be brought into [meanwhile] use if there is any further...

  • Hostile streets at Gallows corner

    Gallows corner is on a Department for Transport (DfT) shortlist to receive up to £50 million under the major road network programme. You are due to present a final scheme proposal to the DfT...

  • Hostile streets and community severance in outer London (2)

    The London Assembly Transport Committee report, Hostile Streets, in December 2017, recommended that Transport for London (TfL) should be identifying outer London junctions that cause problems of...

  • Hammersmith Bridge engagement

    In relation to Hammersmith Bridge, how many times have you met with local stakeholders and residents since the bridge was closed and who were they?

  • Tube safety (2)

    Have you done any work to ascertain how safe passengers feel on London’s tube network and if Londoners have any ideas of their own to improve safety?

  • ZEC Taxi (2)

    How has the Mayor calculated the number of taxi dedicated rapid charger points required in relation to the rising ZEC taxi uptake?

  • Woolwich Ferry contract

    Unite the Union has written to Assembly Members raising their concerns about the Briggs Marine contract to operate the Woolwich Ferry. Will Transport for London (TfL) consider bringing this...

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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