Keith Prince: Will you appoint an independent investigation to review why TfL failed to supply critical Tram safety evidence to the Croydon Tram Crash investigators?
Keith Prince: With regard to your response to MQT 2018/2660, when do you expect the TfL Board to have a Member with experience in Operational Safety matters?
Keith Prince: With regard to your response to MQT 2018/2661, will you consider posting the contact details of the individual members of TfL's Safety Sustainability and Human Resources Panel on the TfL Website? If not, how is a member of the public supposed to contact members of this "very effective" committee?
Keith Prince: Are you content that the first 40 of the 94 trains that Siemens will build for the Piccadilly Line will be built in Vienna?
Keith Prince: In response to Question 2018/2658, you stated that in TfL’s 24 July 2018 Board Report on Human Error “the discussion around the audit report at the SSHR meeting of 26 June 2017 did not play a part in this and hence is not contained in the report.” However, two recent Freedom of Information Requests - https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/decision_to_insert_a_ post_meetin#... and...
Keith Prince: With regard to your response to MQT 2018/3426, in order to ensure transparency and accountability for Safety matters, will you consider allowing a member of the TfL’s Safety, Sustainability and Human Resources Panel and a member of the London Assembly Transport Committee to attend portions of the TfL’s Bus Operator Forum Meetings where safety is the topic of discussion?
Keith Prince: With regard to your response to MQT 2018/3425, when can I expect to receive a copy of part 4 of the documentation I requested in MQT 2018/2658 in November?
Keith Prince: What studies has the Mayor undertaken with respect to the restructuring of the taxi delicensing scheme?
Keith Prince: How much funding will be provided to the newly restructured taxi delicensing scheme as opposed to the previous scheme, and where will any savings be redirected?
Keith Prince: Following up on data provided by you on 27 December 2018 (part 4 of Question 2018/2658, a 17 July 2018 email from TfL’s General Council to Director of Rail, copied to the Managing Director of Surface Transport, HSE Director, and Corporate Secretary mentions emails sent by SSHR Panel Chair received “over the weekend” (i.e., 14-15 July 2018) and also “comments provided last week” from...
Keith Prince: Following up on data provided by you on 27 December 2018 (part 4 Question 2018/2658), an email dated 09 July 2018 from TfL’s Head of Commercial Disputes refers to “the discussion at the Steering Group earlier”. •What is this “Steering Group” for? •Who serves on this “Steering Group” •Please provide me with any notes, minutes, emails concerning this “Steering Group”
Keith Prince: Following up on data provided by you on 27 December 2018 (part 4 of Question 2018/2658), an email dated 04 July 2018 from the Secretariat Officer of the Safety, Sustainability and Human Resources (SSHR) Panel to TfL’s Director of Health Safety and Environment and General Council refers to a "Sandilands Incident Review Board”. •When was the Sandilands Incident Review Board created?...
Keith Prince: With regard to the Taxi Delicensing Scheme, over what period can Drivers apply?
Keith Prince: With regard to the Taxi Delicensing Scheme, how long does it take to process an Application?
Keith Prince: Will the Mayor introduce an NVQ or City & Guilds type qualification to improve safeguarding and disability awareness in the Taxi and PH Trades?
Keith Prince: As very few PHV’s have partitions in their Cars, will the Mayor introduce mandatory CCTV in PHV’s to help improve the safeguarding of vulnerable passengers?
Keith Prince: What is the ratio and numbers of fleet/owner drivers applying for the new Taxi Delicensing scheme?
Keith Prince: Will TFL inform taxi drivers considering the Taxi Delicensing scheme of availability or when each tiered payment level has been reached?
Keith Prince: Has TfL carried out any studies or an Integrated Impact Assessment on how the new Taxi Delicensing scheme will affect a) Taxi Drivers b) the Taxi Market for both Cab Sales and Rentals?
Keith Prince: Has TfL investigated how the Taxi Delicensing scheme will affect the Taxi Market for customers?