London Assembly

Wednesday, 9 February 2022

  • Metropolitan Line Strikes

    With regard to the RMT's Metropolitan line strikes on 20th January and 10th February, how do you plan to "roll up [your] sleeves" and stop them in their tracks?

  • Pausing and reviewing the Silvertown Road Tunnel

    In December the Regeneration, Transport & Culture Scrutiny Panel of Greenwich Council called for construction of the Silvertown Road Tunnel to be paused pending a review taking into account...

  • Uber High Court Declaration (1)

    In light of the recent High Court declaration on Uber, what Private Hire regulatory measures will you introduce?

  • Uber High Court Declaration (2)

    In relation to the recent High Court declaration on Uber and your answer to question 2019/14346, how can an operator accept a Private Hire booking and enter into a contractual obligation without...

  • Stop and Search

    Are you concerned that since 2016 the amount of stop & searches leading to finding a weapon has decreased by 26.92%?

  • SPAD Incidents on the TfL Network

    Broken down by year and line, please provide the number of signals passed at danger (SPAD) incidents on the TfL network since May 2016.

  • Victims not pursuing prosecution

    What work are you, the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), and the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) doing to reduce the number of victims that are giving up on pursuing prosecution...

  • TfL ‘Oversight’ of Health and Safety on the Bus Network

    How can you credibly reconcile your response to question 2021/4510, where you wrote “TfL has regular oversight of health and safety on the [bus] network” with your response to...

  • Roads Funding (3)

    The Department for Transport lists the following new funding schemes on its website: Potholes Fund – Budget 2020 Can you confirm, regarding this fund, whether a) the GLA/TfL and b)...

  • London Underground Congestion Control and Emergency Plan Review

    Were any recommendations made as a result of the London Underground Congestion Control and Emergency Plan review?

  • Impact of Northern Line Closure

    How many passengers per day do you forecast will be affected by the closure of the Northern line Bank branch between Kennington and Moorgate?

  • Share of fares paid by Londoners

    Could you provide an estimate for the proportion of fares received by Transport for London (TfL) that are paid by residents of London, and could you provide this for each year since 2016?

  • Consequences of withdrawal from the travelcard agreement

    You have now confirmed in discussions on your draft budget that taking Transport for London (TfL) out of the travelcard agreement is an option to increase revenues. What would be the consequences...

  • See Their Side Advert (5)

    Have processes been changed to ensure that the Chief Safety Health and Environment Officer will have sign off on future media campaigns about road safety?

  • TfL credit rating

    TfL’s credit rating was lowered in October 2020 and again in June 2021. What impact does this have on TfL’s expected borrowing costs and how does this affect the budget’s risk...

  • Cost of negotiations for TfL

    What is the estimated total staff hours and cost to TfL for taking part in the four negotiating rounds with the Department for Transport for the Extraordinary Funding and Financing Agreements...

  • Metflix

    Please can you provide a list of all the videos available on Met’s ‘Metflix’?

  • See Their Side Advert (2)

    Freedom of Information requests relating to this aborted road safety campaign show that the Walking and Cycling Commissioner did not sign off the campaign. Why not?

  • See Their Side Advert (3)

    Have processes been changed to ensure that future media campaigns about road safety will be signed off by the Walking and Cycling Commissioner?

  • See Their Side Advert (4)

    Freedom of Information requests relating to this aborted road safety campaign show that the lead officer for Vision Zero, the Chief Safety Health & Environment Officer, did not sign off the...

  • 384 bus [3]

    An initial Equalities Impact Assessment of the 384 bus changes suggested the removal of most of the sections in New Barnet would create a high negative impact on equalities groups, particularly...

  • E-Scooters (1)

    What representations have you made to the Government regarding the new regulations you believe would be necessary should private e-scooters be legalised?

  • See Their Side Advert (1)

    TfL recently pulled an advert entitled “See their side”. How much was spent on commissioning, producing, and displaying this advert before the campaign was pulled?

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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