London Assembly

Friday, 10 January 2020

  • First Group Tram Operations Limited May 2017 audit of Croydon tram fatigue risk management system

    The fatigue audit report IA 17780 states that Tram Operations Limited “carried out an audit of its Fatigues Risk Management System (FRMS) in May 2017”. Please provide a copy of that...

  • International Bus Benchmarking Group Data

    In your response to Question 2017/168 you promised “the 2017 data will be published later this year, and TfL will be publishing backdated results from 2012 onwards in due course” but...

  • Bus Safety Performance Index (1)

    Following up on Question 2019/19603, TfL previously made its Bus Safety Performance Index available for public scrutiny on a link which no longer works. Can you provide me with a working link to...

  • Corporate Governance and Reporting Standards for TfL’s Surface Transport Contractors

    Based on your rejection of Questions 2018/2118, 2018/2119, 2018/2120 and 2019/0463, why does TfL refuse to ensure that its Corporate Governance Standard for its Surface Transport contractors is...

  • Colour and advertising on London buses

    In response to a previous question (2014/2606) I was told that there was a limit of 150 London buses being completely covered in advertising from a single company. Does this policy still apply...

  • Cross City Connect

    What evaluation, if any, has TfL made about the Cross City Connect scheme, which aims to connect HS2 at Old Oak Common to HS1 at Rainham, Kent?

  • Wooden Sleepers

    What assessment has Transport for London (TfL) made of the full impacts of opting for concrete sleepers over wooden ones, including particularly the impact on noise and the sustainability...

  • Passengers self-evacuating at North Pole Junction

    Following the publication on the 20th November 2019 by the Rail Accident Investigation Branch of its investigation into passengers self-evacuating at North Pole junction on the 15th July 2019,...

  • Rapid Charge Points

    What is the timeline for setting up new rapid charge points, as part of TfL’s £18m investment in electric vehicle infrastructure?

  • Bus Safety Performance Index (2)

    Please provide the names and weighting of all the constituent parts that make up the Bus Safety Performance Index.

  • Scrappage

    How much could individual households receive to scrap their vehicles if they took advantage of all the available schemes including Government plug-in grants?

  • Central London Zero Emission

    Can the Mayor provide an update on his commitment in the Environment Strategy to deliver a central London zero emission zone by 2025?

  • Hailo

    To ask the Mayor dd TfL’s general manager for taxis and private hire carry out an investigation in 2013 about Hailo’s minimum fare policy, and if so, what was the outcome of that...

  • Departure of TfL HSE Director

    On 11 September 2019, Deputy Mayor Heidi Alexander announced that TfL’s HSE Director since 2013 was no longer in the post. Given the HSE Director played a critical role before, during and...

  • Costings of work to Isolate Tube Noise

    Please provide detailed costings, including the cost of track closures, for work to isolate tube noise on the Victoria Line between Highbury and Islington and King’s Cross.

  • Tube closures due to overcrowding

    In answer to Mayoral Question 2015/4389 from December 2015 I was informed that London Underground is committed to developing ways to collect details of temporary station controls centrally to...

  • Maintenance Programme for the Victoria Line Track

    Please provide details of the maintenance programme for the Victoria line track in 2020.

  • Morden town centre

    Are you, with the council, on track to begin procurement for a development partner for the Morden town centre regeneration in early 2020?

  • Hammersmith Bridge (1)

    Please provide an update on the work to develop a temporary, alternative arrangement to the bridge.

  • PHVs and the Congestion Charge (5)

    Please update the London Data Store “Camera Captures and Confirmed Vehicles seen in the Congestion Charge Zone by Month” dataset so figures for March to November 2019 inclusive are...

  • North London Line service on Sundays

    Constituents have raised concerns with me about North London Line service starting at 9:30 on a Sunday morning. This gap in service severely affects people working shifts who need an early...

  • PHVs and the Congestion Charge (1)

    Since 8 April 2019, private hire vehicles entering the Congestion Charge zone between 07:00 and 18:00, Monday to Friday, have had to pay the £11.50 daily charge. How many vehicles have paid...

  • Rapid Charging Hubs

    When in 2020 do you expect to deliver your first of five flagship rapid charging hubs and where in London will it be located?

  • First Group TOL’s public statements about Fatigue Management not being a factor in the Croydon Tram Crash

    In your response to Question 2019/12324 you stated that First Group's statements that "Following the tragic incident in 2016, the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) concluded that the...

  • New rapid charge points

    What is the timeline for setting up new rapid charge points, as part of TfL’s £18m investment in electric vehicle infrastructure?

  • Tube noise in Fitzrovia [2]

    TfL intend to carry out rail-grinding on the Northbound and Southbound tracks in the Fitzrovia area on the Victoria Line in March, can this be brought forward?

  • Upskirting on TFL

    For each of the years December 2016 to November 2017, December 2017 to November 2018 and December 2018 to November 2019, how many reports of upskirting on the TfL network have been recorded?

  • Residential Tube Noise (1)

    Your response to Question (2019/17739) addressed the issue of TfL’s response to Tube noise. Additionally, in your letter written on 5 November 2019 responding to the matter of TfL’s...

  • Residential Tube Noise (2)

    In your letter written on 5 November 2019 addressing the issue of TfL’s response to Tube noise, you wrote that the TfL has “carried out a targeted programme of rail grinding at key...

  • Overcrowding on the 55 and 26 Bus Routes at Peak Times (2)

    My constituents report severe overcrowding on bus routes through Hackney Central at peak times, particularly on the 55 and 26 routes going towards Shoreditch. This means that at peak times buses...

  • Route 4 and Freedom Pass Usage

    Please provide details of freedom pass usage on the 134 bus route from August 2018-November 2019 broken down by months.

  • Bus Route 134 and Freedom Pass Usage

    Please provide details of freedom pass usage on the 134 bus route from August 2018-November 2019 broken down by months.

  • TfL Buses and Pedestrian Fatalities

    In 2018, TfL Bus Collisions constituted 16% of all pedestrian fatalities in London. Do you know of any other city in the world where a public bus service is responsible for such a high proportion...

  • Braille handrails

    A constituent has drawn my attention to guidance on accessible station design from Japan, which shows the use of braille on handrails to provide navigational information...

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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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