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Questions to the Mayor of London — Who Runs Your Bus: Who Runs Your Bus (16 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: In your response to MQT 2018/2657, you state “I do not see how customers would benefit from replacing a well-known, easily-accessible ‘one stop shop’ for all complaints about TfL services with a system whereby people have to identify and then contact individual bus operators.” Since (a) Bus KSIs have increased every year under your leadership, (b) TfL does not have a Bus Operator’s...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Bus Fatalities and Vision Zero: Bus Fatalities and Vision Zero (16 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: In your response to Question 2018/3438, you stated that there has been a "consistent reduction in killed and seriously injured (KSI) casualties involving people on a London bus" using a " 2005-2009 baseline." Since TfL's own data show that Bus KSIs have been on the increase since at least 2014 and during every year of your Mayoralty, do you accept that restricting your response to "people on...

Questions to the Mayor of London — TfL Board Changes: TfL Board Changes (22 Jan 2019)

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?

Questions to the Mayor of London — TfL Safety Panel: TfL Safety Panel (22 Jan 2019)

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?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Piccadilly Line Trains: Piccadilly Line Trains (22 Jan 2019)

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?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Report on Human Error: Report on Human Error (22 Jan 2019)

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...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: On 2nd January 2019, an article was published under your name in The Independent. Do you stand by the contents of that article?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: Mr Mayor, it was a very good article, I must say. It is just a shame that elements of it are simply not true. It is true that you have frozen some TfL fares, but you have not frozen all TfL fares, have you? While it is probably true that some Londoners who travel in London will not pay more in 2019 than they did in 2016, the vast majority of Londoners regrettably will pay more and they will...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: Mr Mayor, I have looked at the TfL website and the only fares that TfL say they have frozen are fares on buses and trains and single pay as you go fares and paper single fares. They are the only fares they say they have frozen. They do not say they have frozen all their fares. In fact, I could read you off a whole long list of fares that have increased. I accept the point you make in...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: No, it is not true, Mr Mayor. For pay-as-you-go fares the cap has been increased. It is not true to say that pay as you go fares are frozen. Pay as you go fares are not frozen. Yes, I accept the single fare has been frozen. That is correct, I accept that, but the pay-as-you-go cap - and most people who use TfL will at some point during the day get to the cap - has been increased. You have...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: The daily cap and the weekly cap and the monthly cap ‑‑ no, sorry, the daily and weekly cap are the only two. They have both been increased, Mr Mayor. Do you accept that is the case or do you not know that is the case?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: No, Mr Mayor, all I am â€‘‑ Sadiq Khan (Mayor of London): Let me at least finish the point.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: No. Look, Mr Mayor, can I just ask you to be honest with Londoners when you are writing your articles, which you are entitled to? But you are not being honest with them, because you are giving them the impression that all fares are frozen and they are not. It would not hurt, would it, to say that you have done as much as you can do, but to be honest and say, “Unfortunately I have had to...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: All I am criticising you for, Mr Mayor, is for misleading Londoners in the article, the principle of it. Let me just move on, because there is another part of the article that I have got an issue with as well. It is that: “Evidence suggests that the TfL fares freeze is already encouraging more people to use public transport.” I have not seen any evidence to support what you are saying....

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: You see, there again I do not disagree with what you said. I accept what you have said is the case, but that is not what you said in the article. What you said in the article is: “Evidence suggests that the TfL fares freeze is already encouraging more people to use public transport.” That is not true. The fact is - and it is your example - Overground services, the latest figure I can get...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: That is not what you said in the article.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: Thank you, Mr Mayor.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: Yes, thank you, Mr Mayor.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: Thank you, Mr Mayor. As we are in such a good convivial mood, I would like to bring one other point to you, just stretching the goalposts a bit. Barking to Gospel Oak line, Mr Mayor, I do not know if you read this morning’s article in the City AM, but apparently - and I am not going to lay any blame at this second in time - they are going to run out of rolling stock to run the service....

Questions to the Mayor of London — Independent Article: Independent Article (29 Jan 2019)

Keith Prince: Would you write to me, please?


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