Siân Berry: Since your answer to 2019/19667, there have been several new occurrences of flooding to infrastructure operated by Transport for London (TfL). Can you list for the last two years since that answer: a) what stations or other transport infrastructure were closed due to flooding, b) how long they were closed, and c) the dates they were closed?
Siân Berry: Will you publish the 2016 London Underground Comprehensive Review of Flood Risks, and subsequent work on surface water flooding by Transport for London (TfL), and if not will you explain what prevents you from sharing it?
Siân Berry: What are the current speed limits for each road bridge across the Thames, and when did they last change?
Siân Berry: Can you share the most recent assessment by Transport for London (TFL) of gaps between crossings of the Thames for people walking and cycling?
Siân Berry: What involvement has Transport for London (TfL) had in the proposed Lower Thames Crossing, which is now budgeted at £6.3bn, and are you supporting this proposed new motorway?
Siân Berry: Thank you for your answer to my question 2021/1473, has Transport for London (TfL) now drafted the plan to which you referred which would accelerate work on vision zero and improve safety at the most dangerous junctions?
Siân Berry: Do you agree that it would be unfair and contrary to your Transport Strategy if charges for people driving in London returned to levels seen before the pandemic while charges for people using buses, tubes and trains increased?
Siân Berry: Thank you for your answer to my question 2021/1467. Will you consider reducing the large differences in the cost of travel between fare zones within your plans for dynamic fare pricing?
Siân Berry: Vehicle range and the availability of garage infrastructure both help determine where it is feasible for Transport for London (TfL) to move bus operations to electric and hydrogen buses. Will you incorporate considerations of changes that assist zero tailpipe emission buses, such as changing the start or end of routes and their length, as part of the bus service reviews required by the...
Siân Berry: There has been an observable increase in the number of advertisements for gambling, spread betting and risky investments on the tube network in recent weeks. How are you monitoring this, could you provide any data on the number of campaigns that have been accepted from these companies, and do you consider this increase in promotion appropriate in light of the financial struggles faced by many...
Siân Berry: Are you planning to use your powers in the Greater London Authority Act to promote, oppose or request provisions in bills in Parliament during this term?
Siân Berry: Thank you very much, Mr Mayor. I am asking about these powers that we have to bring our own Bills in Parliament because, as you know - we have discussed it before - I do not think we think enough about how to use them. I think there is a risk that if we do not use them, like you said, we might lose them. That is the risk with all powers. I think if we have these powers, we should at least...
Siân Berry: We have to get 90% of [London] councils to agree with us, I think.
Siân Berry: Yes. This is my call really, and I am about to run out of time, but essentially we should be thinking about it. I am glad you are looking at the Act, but I think we should be looking at it together and trying to think creatively about what things we might agree on and which could get the agreement of councils in that way, so hopefully we can do something.
Siân Berry: Thank you for your answer to my question 2021/1473. What actions are you going to take in the current financial year to support reaching your Vision Zero goal?
Siân Berry: Your manifesto committed to keep bus fares as low as possible. On current projections, with annual increases of Retail Prices Index (RPI) plus 1 per cent, this means a single bus fare could reach £1.80 by January 2024. Will you commit to preventing this?
Siân Berry: You now have improved abilities to provide information on the status of lifts in the TfL Go app. Will you also work to include details on the availability of toilets so that Londoners can both see the actual availability of toilets and report any issues they might find?
Siân Berry: Will Transport for London (TfL) update their Data Privacy Impact Assessment (DPIA) for the TfL Go app and their API services now that they are providing crowding data based on monitoring of passengers use of Wi-Fi services in the underground network? Will you also update your DPIA for the data you are now sharing on tube crowding?
Siân Berry: According to campaigners, the proposed development by Ocado for a new 24/7 distribution centre next to a nursery and primary school in Tufnell Park will result in hundreds more vehicle movements onto Junction Road, which is part of the Strategic Road Network (SRN). Could you confirm that: a) TfL are aware of the development and have requested a traffic impact assessment from Ocado and, b)...
Siân Berry: As part of the Transport for London (TfL) bus service review are you proposing to bring forward any changes that were originally planned for the start of the Crossrail services?