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Thursday, 5 December 2019
I am still receiving complaints from residents getting on the 132 along the Rochester Way towards North Greenwich being unable to board during the morning rush hour, and from North Greenwich...
A constituent has asked why the new 335 bus has been located at bus stop B at North Greenwich instead of bus stop D, given that the 335 bus was promised to alleviate overcrowding on the 132?
Given the success of your Low Emission Bus Zones, will you be accelerating actions to clean up all London’s buses?
What percentage and number of each category of the London Ambulance Service, Met Police and London Fire Brigade fleet is currently non-compliant with the ULEZ?
How much money have TfL Pension Funds invested in fossil fuel companies?
Do you accept that if CS9 goes ahead it will mean, according to TfL’s own figures, worse air quality and higher NO2 concentration in many side roads along its route?
What is the context for the evidence that results in London being the only city in the UK that sees a justification for charging motorcycles via the ULEZ?
For each of the years Nov 16 to Oct 17, Nov 17 to Oct 18 and Nov 18 to Oct 19, please can you provide how many journeys on Santander bikes have been completed?
What progress has been made launching the scrappage scheme for low-income families?
Do you recognise that if CS9 goes ahead in its current form it will mean “increases of 1 μg/m3 or lower at receptors to the north east of the scheme in the boroughs of Hammersmith and...
A constituent has raised concerns with me about a recent difficult journey. They suffered delays due to an out-of-order lift, poor understanding of train/platform gaps at a station and...
This report concluded with a ‘well controlled’ finding, despite the AbsTracked Solutions finding that Tram Operations Limited safety management was only ‘adequate’. Please...
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