Keith Prince: Has TfL carried out any studies or an Integrated Impact Assessment on how the new Taxi Delicensing scheme will affect a) Taxi Drivers b) the Taxi Market for both Cab Sales and Rentals?
Keith Prince: Has TfL investigated how the Taxi Delicensing scheme will affect the Taxi Market for customers?
Keith Prince: Before the change to the Taxi Delicensing scheme, the number of vehicles in the Taxis fleet have dropped by 10% in less than 2 years. Has TfL conducted any Surveys or Integrated Impact Assessments on how the new scheme will affect the number of Taxis in the fleet?
Keith Prince: How many applications have there been for Taxi Delicensing since the Mayor changed the previous failed scheme?
Keith Prince: With regard to the Taxi Delicensing Scheme, what is the timeframe for replies to drivers who have applied and is there a backlog?
Keith Prince: Following up on data provided by you on 27 December 2018 (part 4 of Question 2018/2658, a 17 July 2018 email from TfL’s General Council to Director of Rail, copied to the Managing Director of Surface Transport, HSE Director, and Corporate Secretary mentions emails sent by SSHR Panel Chair received “over the weekend” (i.e., 14-15 July 2018) and also “comments provided last week” from...
Keith Prince: Following up on data provided by you on 27 December 2018 (part 4 Question 2018/2658), an email dated 09 July 2018 from TfL’s Head of Commercial Disputes refers to “the discussion at the Steering Group earlier”. •What is this “Steering Group” for? •Who serves on this “Steering Group” •Please provide me with any notes, minutes, emails concerning this “Steering Group”
Keith Prince: Following up on data provided by you on 27 December 2018 (part 4 of Question 2018/2658), an email dated 04 July 2018 from the Secretariat Officer of the Safety, Sustainability and Human Resources (SSHR) Panel to TfL’s Director of Health Safety and Environment and General Council refers to a "Sandilands Incident Review Board”. •When was the Sandilands Incident Review Board created?...
Keith Prince: What are you doing to reduce suicides rates on the underground?
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?
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?
Keith Prince: Given the ULEZ is starting in April, why is the testing facility at Millbrook closing at the end of March?
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?
Keith Prince: How much funding will be provided to the newly restructured taxi delicensing scheme as opposed to the previous scheme, and where will any savings be redirected?
Keith Prince: With regard to your response to MQT 2018/3425, when can I expect to receive a copy of part 4 of the documentation I requested in MQT 2018/2658 in November?
Keith Prince: What studies has the Mayor undertaken with respect to the restructuring of the taxi delicensing scheme?
Keith Prince: With regard to your response to MQT 2018/3426, in order to ensure transparency and accountability for Safety matters, will you consider allowing a member of the TfL’s Safety, Sustainability and Human Resources Panel and a member of the London Assembly Transport Committee to attend portions of the TfL’s Bus Operator Forum Meetings where safety is the topic of discussion?
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?
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...
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...