Joanne McCartney: What support have you given to local businesses in Enfield & Haringey since you became Mayor?
Joanne McCartney: Well done for promising to introduce a companion travel pass for those travelling with disabled Londoners if you are re-elected Mayor. What understanding does TfL currently have with regards to: How many disabled Londoners would likely qualify for this support? The likely criteria that would be applied?
Joanne McCartney: Can you provide an update on TfL’s bid to take over the Great Northern rail services out of Moorgate?
Joanne McCartney: What discussions have taken place between the Department of Transport and Transport for London on TfL taking over the Great Northern rail franchise?
Joanne McCartney: Can you please provide an update and timeline on the Piccadilly Line upgrade?
Joanne McCartney: When is it likely TfL could take over the Great Northern rail franchise if the government were to devolve the rail line to TfL? Would it have to wait until the end of the current franchise period in 2021 or could it be transferred sooner?
Joanne McCartney: A constituent has asked me to ask what the reasons are for the renaming of all Quietways to Cycleways? Quietways are for both walkers and cyclists and there is concern that this re-branding excludes walkers.
Joanne McCartney: The number of people sleeping rough on our streets is rising and winter is coming. What new work is your office doing to support those people, often extremely vulnerable, who find themselves sleeping rough in London? What urgent action should the government take to support you and other partners in this essential work?
Joanne McCartney: I am still receiving complains about increased noise from the Victoria tube line in the Seven Sisters area of Tottenham – both at night and daytime. What were the results of TfL’s recent noise data collection? What remediation has TfL done/plans to do (with timescale) to alleviate this issue?
Joanne McCartney: What other options to alleviate Tube Noise in the Seven Sisters area were considered and why were they not pursued?
Joanne McCartney: Will work does the Metropolitan Police undertake with dating apps/online sites to ensure that romance fraudsters are not able to operate on such sites?
Joanne McCartney: What work have you done to understand the recent suggestions that the CPS has raised the threshold for bringing prosecutions for the serious offence of rape? What contact/representations have you made on this issue?
Joanne McCartney: Do you support calls for a romance fraudster database that could warn potential victims of likely harm?
Joanne McCartney: What investment have you made and are planning to make in cycling infrastructure in Enfield & Haringey?
Joanne McCartney: What investment have you made and are planning to make to ensure that walking is more pleasurable in Enfield & Haringey?
Joanne McCartney: Can you tell me the response times to 999 “I Calls” in Enfield & Haringey by month from May 2018?
Joanne McCartney: Can you tell me the response times to 999 “S Calls” in Enfield & Haringey by month from May 2018?
Joanne McCartney: Can you update me on how many tube noise complaints have been made in each of the last six months for the Seven Sisters area?
Joanne McCartney: Enfield & Haringey have very high numbers of children in temporary accommodation. What are you doing to resolve this situation?
Joanne McCartney: Further to my Question number 2019/17690 regarding funding for extra police officers – what extra funding has been allocated to London so that you can start to reverse the swingeing cuts to the police and other public services that the government has made over the past 8 years?