Results 1–20 of 158 for speaker:Keith Prince

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 — 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 — Suicides (3): Suicides (3) (22 Mar 2019)

Keith Prince: What are you doing to reduce suicides rates on the underground?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Suicides (2): Suicides (2) (22 Mar 2019)

Keith Prince: For of each of the years 2016, 2017 and 2018, please can you provide how many suicides took place on the tube network?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Demand Responsive Bus Service: Demand Responsive Bus Service (22 Mar 2019)

Keith Prince: The Mayor recently announced a consultation to trial an app-based demand responsive bus service with no fixed route or schedule. Will the drivers be required to undertake a topological Knowledge test or assessment or will they be relying on satellite navigation?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Ulez (2): Ulez (2) (22 Mar 2019)

Keith Prince: Given the ULEZ is starting in April, why is the testing facility at Millbrook closing at the end of March?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Suicides (1): Suicides (1) (22 Mar 2019)

Keith Prince: In Japan, the placing blue LED lights on station platforms has led to an 84% reduction in suicides. Is this something you will consider doing in London?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Temporary Accommodation on Hainault Estate Play Areas: Temporary Accommodation on Hainault Estate Play Areas (2 Apr 2019)

Keith Prince: In view of the importance of children’s play space in the London Plan, are you aware of Redbridge Council’s plans to build temporary accommodation using converted containers on two of the Hainault Estate’s children’s play areas, and the impact this could have on the protection of play space in London?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Special constables 2: Special constables 2 (17 May 2019)

Keith Prince: How much does it cost the Metropolitan Police to train a special constable?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Taxi Delicensing Scheme: Taxi Delicensing Scheme (17 May 2019)

Keith Prince: Since the announcement of the restructured taxi delicensing scheme, how many newly licensed ZEC taxis are (1) Fleet owned (2) owner driver?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Taxi Driver - Depression: Taxi Driver - Depression (21 Jun 2019)

Keith Prince: How many Licenced Taxi Drivers have had their licences revoked or suspended due to depression, anxiety or any other mental health condition in the years, 2014-2018. Please provide an annual breakdown.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Bus Collisions: Bus Collisions (21 Jun 2019)

Keith Prince: Presenting the data by year since 2015/16, please provide a breakdown of the number of traffic collisions involving London buses.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Tube Delays: Tube Delays (21 Jun 2019)

Keith Prince: Presenting the data by year since 2015/16 and tube line, please provide a breakdown of the time lost to Underground delays and the total number of overall delays for each line.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Taxi Age Limit: Taxi Age Limit (28 Jun 2019)

Keith Prince: Have you and TfL made a final decision on whether or not to reduce the taxi age limit to twelve years?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Air Conditioning on the Tube (1): Air Conditioning on the Tube (1) (19 Jul 2019)

Keith Prince: Which Tube lines currently have air-conditioned trains?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Private Hire (2): Private Hire (2) (19 Jul 2019)

Keith Prince: The Improving safety in PHV consultation closed on 25th June 2018. Since then no findings have been released. Given the statement “it is essential that standards set by TfL ensure passenger safety and provide appropriate levels of service”, does Mayor agree this is an unacceptable length of time?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Tube Delays: Tube Delays (19 Jul 2019)

Keith Prince: Please state the number of delays across the Tube network, broken down by the reason for delay and date since 2015/16.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Illness on the Tube: Illness on the Tube (19 Jul 2019)

Keith Prince: Giving a breakdown by Tube line, please state how many people have been taken ill on the Tube each month since 2015/16.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Black Cab Drivers: Black Cab Drivers (29 Jul 2019)

Keith Prince: Do you think you have treated black cab drivers fairly since you became Mayor?


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