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Questions to the Mayor of London — TfL-UCL Joint Study to ‘understand thermal comfort on buses': TfL-UCL Joint Study to ‘understand thermal comfort on buses' (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: It is my understanding that TfL and UCL are working in ‘partnership’ to conduct a joint study ‘to understand the thermal comfort on buses in a controlled climatic test chamber with a number of passengers on board’. Please provide me with all background correspondence, terms of reference and documentation associated with this study as well as all drafts and a final version of this report.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Vision Zero: Actions taken by TfL after Pedestrian killed on 10 November 2018 in Sutton by a Route X26 Bus Operated by Go Ahead: Vision Zero: Actions taken by TfL after Pedestrian killed on 10 November 2018 in Sutton by a Route X26 Bus Operated by Go Ahead (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: In the "Fatal Accident Investigations” information published on TfL’s website, TfL’s write-up of this incident notes “it was also evident at the time that the lighting at the site was affected by overhanging trees from the local school. The school immediately agreed to cut them back to fully reveal the lamp standards to improve lighting at the junction. TfL to identify if any changes...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Covid-19 Risk Assessments of Dial-A-Ride Drivers: Covid-19 Risk Assessments of Dial-A-Ride Drivers (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: In your response to question 2022/1630 you state “Dial-a-Ride drivers are employed directly by Transport for London (TfL). Dial-a-Ride drivers and the bus drivers employed by TfL operators were combined as they undertook a similar role”. Please provide me with copies of TfL’s Covid-19 risk assessments of its Dial-A-Ride drivers.

Questions to the Mayor of London — University of Surrey Review of Fatigue Risk Assessment Tools: University of Surrey Review of Fatigue Risk Assessment Tools (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: In your response to Question 2022/2973, you mentioned “TfL has commissioned the University of Surrey to undertake a review of fatigue risk assessment tools.” Please provide me with the complete terms of reference and all internal communications (memorandums, emails, notes) related to the initiation and conduct of this ‘review’.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Vision Zero: Bus Company Disciplinary Procedures resulting from Safety Incidents that could cause (or have caused) Death or Serious Injury: Vision Zero: Bus Company Disciplinary Procedures resulting from Safety Incidents that could cause (or have caused) Death or Serious Injury (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: Following up on your response to Question 2022/2975, how would TfL publishing annual data showing ‘High Level’ outcomes of disciplinary hearings involving bus drivers involved in safety incidents that could cause (or have caused) death or serious injury “undermine the trust and safety culture that TfL is working hard to build across the bus operating companies.”? Given the stated...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Logistics UK 2021 Study of the State of Air-Conditioning Systems on Buses – Bus Operators: Logistics UK 2021 Study of the State of Air-Conditioning Systems on Buses – Bus Operators (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: By bus operator and bus garage, please identify both the number of buses investigated for working air condition and the number of buses investigated which failed the checks, with the bus model and manufacturer identified

Questions to the Mayor of London — Logistics UK 2021 Study of the State of Air-Conditioning Systems on Buses: Logistics UK 2021 Study of the State of Air-Conditioning Systems on Buses (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: Despite your failure to answer Question 2022/2993, I have seen an email from TfL’s Bus Director which states “In November 2021, TfL conducted a review of the air conditioning units of approximately 10% of the bus fleet – over 850 buses. These inspections checked for air output and the condition of the pump/drive belts. 85% of vehicles passed the checks and where faults were identified...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Vision Zero: TfL’s Failure to Publish Timely Bus Safety Data: Vision Zero: TfL’s Failure to Publish Timely Bus Safety Data (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: In your response to Question 2022/1222 you stated, “TfL is not planning to pursue an independent audit of its bus safety data at this time and I have not seen evidence to suggest that an independent audit is necessary”. Yet your response to Question 2022/2994 marks the third year in a row that TfL’s Quarterly Bus Safety Data has been published months behind schedule, this year allegedly...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Bus Driver Health and Well-Being Programme: Bus Driver Health and Well-Being Programme (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: Noting your non-response to Question 2022/2995, how can you reconcile the existence of a “Bus Driver Health & Well-being Programme” with the fact that TfL is not providing toilets on over 25 percent of London Bus Routes as your Mayoralty enters its sixth year?

Questions to the Mayor of London — IBBG Benchmarking of London’s Bus Worker Covid-19 Deaths against Peer World Cities: IBBG Benchmarking of London’s Bus Worker Covid-19 Deaths against Peer World Cities (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: In response to Question 2021/2853, you stated “The International Bus Benchmarking Group Covid-19 benchmarking is now being carried out by Imperial College London and the results are expected in late 2021. Transport for London will publish the results of this benchmarking once it is available and has been checked for accuracy and the anonymisation of other cities’ data.” It is October...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Vision Zero: Implementation and Monitoring of Prevention of Future Deaths Reports issued to TfL, GLA and the Royal Borough of Greenwich after a pedestrian was killed on 5 January 2016 by a Route 472 Bus operated by Stagecoach: Vision Zero: Implementation and Monitoring of Prevention of Future Deaths Reports issued to TfL, GLA and the Royal Borough of Greenwich after a pedestrian was killed on 5 January 2016 by a Route 472 Bus operated by Stagecoach (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: In its Prevention of Future Deaths (PFD) Report issued to TfL for this incident, the coroner mandated that TfL, the GLA and the Royal Borough of Greenwich review the design of the incident junction and make improvements to the layout, signage and crossing to prevent future incidents. Please provide me with documentary evidence that (a) TfL, the GLA and the Royal Borough of Greenwich have...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Lack of Toilet Dignity for Bus Drivers: Safety/Duty of Care: Lack of Toilet Dignity for Bus Drivers: Safety/Duty of Care (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: Your response to Question 2022/2687 is an evidence-free assertion and not the documentary evidence (third party studies, in-house analysis) that I requested and that would prove that TfL denying adequate toilet facilities on a quarter of London’s bus routes has or (has had) no impact on safety performance. Do you have such information? If not, why not?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Vision Zero: Proposed Changes to Motoring Offences Sentencing Guidelines: Vision Zero: Proposed Changes to Motoring Offences Sentencing Guidelines (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: The Government’s Public Consultation on the Proposed Changes to Motoring Offences Sentencing Guidelines closed on 29 September. Did you support the—in my view—'Vision Zero’- friendly' changes to the Sentencing Guideline, including, but not limited to, the enhancements to the culpability and aggravating factors involving sentencing to death or injury by dangerous and/or careless driving?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Follow-Up Independent Study of Bus Driver Deaths from Covid-19: Follow-Up Independent Study of Bus Driver Deaths from Covid-19 (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: Based on your responses to questions 2022/1632 and 2022/1629, it appears that a significant proportion of the 76 bus drivers who have died from Covid-19 since March 2020 fell ill and died long after the first wave of the pandemic. Given that the UCL IHE Phase 1 and Phase 2 study restricted its purview to bus drivers who died between March and May 2020, will you ask TfL to commission a...

Questions to the Mayor of London — TfL’s Failure to Conduct a Short-Term Review of Shift Lengths, Patterns and Rotas of London Bus Drivers: TfL’s Failure to Conduct a Short-Term Review of Shift Lengths, Patterns and Rotas of London Bus Drivers (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: In your response to Question 2022/2973, I was shocked to learn that TfL has failed to conduct “a short-term review of shift lengths, patterns and rotas” for London bus drivers as recommended in UCL’s Phase 2 report to which TfL responded on 19 March 2021. Should I conclude that TfL’s inexplicable 18-month delay on commissioning an independent expert to carry out this simple task...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Professional Safety Qualifications of Senior TfL Executives: Professional Safety Qualifications of Senior TfL Executives (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: Please provide me with (a) the Professional Safety Qualifications (e.g., Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) and Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) accreditations) of the following TfL executives; and (b) the date when they achieved the qualification and when they were appointed. Chief Safety, Health and Environment Officer Chief Operating Officer Head of Bus Business...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Lack of Air Conditioning on TfL Buses: Lack of Air Conditioning on TfL Buses (16 Nov 2022)

Keith Prince: On 28 July 2022, a bus driver named ‘Kevin’ called into LBC’s "Speak to Sadiq” show to complain directly to you that London bus drivers’ cabs lacked air conditioning (https://youtu.be/8L1T_JzYwVg). The response you gave the bus driver was nearly identical to the answers you gave to a (a) bus driver named “Jason” on the same program on 22 July 2021...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Violence Against Women and Girls: Violence Against Women and Girls (25 Oct 2022)

Keith Prince: What are you doing to ensure the safety of women and girls?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Violence Against Women and Girls: Violence Against Women and Girls (25 Oct 2022)

Keith Prince: Thank you, Mr Mayor. I must admit that I tabled the question before we had the good news from you about your action plan and the words we have had from Sir Mark Rowley and so I would like to claim the credit for having generated that. I know I have not but â€‘‑

Questions to the Mayor of London — Violence Against Women and Girls: Violence Against Women and Girls (25 Oct 2022)

Keith Prince: We absolutely welcome what you are doing, actually. Having said that, I know you know that there is a gangs matrix for gangs, which identifies people who are likely to be involved with gang crime. Do we have the same or a similar thing for people who may or may not be involved in domestic abuse and/or VAWG?


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