Keith Prince: What evidence do you have to justify TfL’s decision to exclude a policy, universally accepted to reduce congestion, from overall efforts to reduce emissions?
Keith Prince: Per your response to Question 2018/0168, how many Bus Contract Performance Audits has TfL conducted since 2005?
Keith Prince: Why do you and TfL refer to improvements in Bus Safety when the police data shows no reductions in KSIs since the beginning of your Mayoralty?
Keith Prince: How has the Mayor calculated the number of taxi dedicated rapid charger points required in relation to the rising ZEC taxi uptake?
Keith Prince: Are you aware that a taxi driver has reportedly recently been told in a telephone conversation with LTPH that his taxi licence is under review despite both you and TfL telling drivers that they should "empower" themselves and seek support for any well-being issue? Do you recognise that this contradicts your previous messages with regards to drivers seeking support?
Keith Prince: The 2018 Loughborough University Bus Driver Fatigue Study states at Paragraph 3.2.2: "Within London bus driving, no operator has an explicit policy for fatigue management. This might be expected as TfL does not mandate fatigue management policy.” Given that this report was conducted two years after the Croydon Tram Crash, does it concern you that it would appear no lessons about Fatigue...
Keith Prince: What active measures are you taking to ensure that the Tube is better utilised in those times of day and times of year that are significantly under capacity?
Keith Prince: How many domestic and international visitors did London have in 2018?
Keith Prince: Item 64/11/47 from the 22 November 2017 Safety, Sustainability and Human Resources Panel (SSHR) Minutes (http://content.tfl.gov.uk/item03-minutes.pdf) records a TfL representative reporting that “CIRAS had submitted its 2014 report to FirstGroup, the operator of the tram and had not shared it with TfL at the time. Following the overturning incident on 9 November 2016, CIRAS shared relevant...
Keith Prince: Correspondence dated 6 June 2014 from TfL to TOL you released in Question 2019/12003 refers to “following consultations with Nick Baker and TOL we have agreed the following details for this audit work” which became IA 13744. Please provide me with all emails, notes and agreements relating to and resulting from those “consultations” to that 6 June 2014 correspondence to which TfL referred?
Keith Prince: If the Mayor cannot predict with any certainty future taxi driver numbers how can he be confident of future taxi emission estimates?
Keith Prince: Per your response to 2019/17463, in addition to Bus Operators and Unite the Union, were there any other parties that were shown drafts and allowed to comment on the Loughborough University Fatigue Study before it was published in August 2019?
Keith Prince: Per the Terms of Reference for IA 13744 you released in response to Question 2019/12003, please provide me with all notes, memos, emails about Driver Fatigue and Audit IA 13744 sent between TfL and First Group TOL between the dates of 1 March 2014 and 6 June 2014.
Keith Prince: Please provide me with copies of any contemporaneous notes (including handwritten) which mention First Group Fatigue Management or IA 17780 taken by TfL executives at the following Board Level Meetings: 28 September 2017, 22 November 2017, 22 January 2018, 23 May 2018.
Keith Prince: In granting ULL a 2 month licence TfL’s press release stated "Uber London Limited has been granted a two-month private hire operator licence to allow for scrutiny of additional information that we are requesting ahead of consideration of any potential further licensing application." What is that additional information and why was this not requested prior to the recent licence decision?
Keith Prince: Why are TfL refusing to publish a list of all pre Euro3 motorcycles, by make, model, and year of manufacture that have been exempted?
Keith Prince: What are the benefits to TfL of taking payment of charges on vehicles that meet the compliance criteria for NO2?
Keith Prince: What proportion of motorcycles undergoing individual testing are being found to be compliant with the chosen NO2 emission standard of 0.15g/km?
Keith Prince: What are the results in your models of modal shift from pre Euro3 motorcycles to cars?
Keith Prince: Why have TfL chosen not to issue a press release to highlight the routes to proving ULEZ compliance of pre Euro3 motorcycles?