Keith Prince: Thank you. One very quick last question, Mr Mayor. You have your Car-Free Day coming up I believe. Will buses and black cabs be running on that day?
Keith Prince: I am just conscious of time, Mr Mayor. Would you be kind enough to supply the information as to where the buses and the taxis will or will not be going?
Keith Prince: Thank you.
Keith Prince: Will the Mayor meet Tony Campbell, the chief executive of the MCIA, to discuss ULEZ and powered two wheelers?
Keith Prince: For the years 15/16, 16/17, 17/18 and 18/19, please provide data showing the degree of overcrowding at each London Underground station.
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.
Keith Prince: Presenting the data by year since 2015/16, please provide a breakdown of the number of traffic collisions involving London buses.
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.
Keith Prince: For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018, how many former police officers have become special constables?
Keith Prince: The Taxi & PH financial summary 2017/18 showed the net regulatory position has worsened from a £5.4m deficit to a £18.3m deficit, will the Mayor give details of the licence fee increases & regulatory expenditure savings required to recover?
Keith Prince: Has the Mayor considered reviewing the Taxi Conditions of Fitness, especially with regard to the turning circle requirement?
Keith Prince: What mechanisms does the Mayor have in place in the event of a shortage of fleet-owned rental taxis due to the restructured delicensing scheme?
Keith Prince: What is the current free travel scheme available to special constables?
Keith Prince: What other benefits are available to special constables?
Keith Prince: In relation to the below question, please can you answer the following: • Does the Employer Supported Policing (ESP) allow businesses who participate to have the resulting special constables patrol solely in the proximity of said business? • How many special constables have now been recruited under ESP? • What businesses have participated? https://www.london.gov.uk/questions/2018/2713
Keith Prince: How much is the average annual cost of a special constable to the Metropolitan Police?
Keith Prince: Beyond standard training, can special constables train for any specialisms, if so, please can you list them?
Keith Prince: Is the £150 council tax discount for special constables a one off or will it continue into the future and how much did it cost?
Keith Prince: What lessons have you learned from your mistakes on Crossrail?
Keith Prince: Have you carried out an assessment of the cost to SMEs – the lifeblood of London’s economy – that the ULEZ charge will have on their businesses?