Alison Moore: Following the end of lockdown what proportion of the increase in patronage on the transport network has been made up of a) Freedom Pass, b) Oyster 60+ and c) Zipcard holders?
Alison Moore: Under their proposals for Temporary Suspension of Free Travel for 11-17-year olds the Government have changed the criteria for children in London. The main change is to remove free travel to school from families on low incomes. Have the Government explained why?
Alison Moore: Please provide details of the a) Camera Captures during Charging Hours and b) Confirmed Vehicles observed by month during Charging Hours since 22nd June. Please break down the figures to show i) figures for 7am to 6pm Monday to Friday; ii) 6pm to 10pm Monday to Friday; and iii) 7am to 10pm Saturday and Sunday.
Alison Moore: What changes, if any, have been made to the London Overground ticket office opening hours during the current pandemic?
Alison Moore: Overhanging vegetation can be a real problem to pedestrians. TfL and the local highway authorities have a duty and powers to clear away overhanging vegetation. This is especially important at this time when Londoners are being asked to keep a distance. Will the Mayor ensure overhanging vegetation is cut back from the pavements it controls and encourage the London boroughs to do the same on...
Alison Moore: Those new to cycling should consider cycle training. It will give them confidence to cycle and properly position themselves on the road so they are as safe as they can be. Cycle training can be free from local councils. Training ceased during lockdown. Will the Mayor commit to enabling everyone who wants cycle training to be able to get it locally at reasonable cost when it is safe to do so?
Alison Moore: According to FOI-0975-1819 there were no Electrical Vehicle Charging Points for staff across TfL sites and just 31 Electrical Vehicle Charging Points for the support fleet. Can you provide an update on the figures and confirm what plans, if any, you have to install Electrical Vehicle Charging Points for staff use?
Alison Moore: Please can you update the London Datastore with the latest data regarding; Killed or Seriously Injured (KSI) and KSI by Road User Type https://data.london.gov.uk/dataset/road-casualties-severity- borough Last updated in 2014 Cycle Flows on the TFL Road Network https://data.london.gov.uk/dataset/cycle-flows-tfl-road-netw ork Last updated in 2016 Journey Time Reliability...
Alison Moore: Is TfL maintaining a two-metre social distancing rule on the network or will they move to one-metre plus?
Alison Moore: Thank you very much, Mr Mayor. This is all crucial to public confidence in using the public transport system when they need to. When I have had to do so recently, I have to say I have noticed a mixed picture around face coverings. Mr Mayor, on 25 June TfL said 90% of passengers on the network were using a face mask, but as I said, I see a mixed picture. Can you update me on that figure and...
Alison Moore: In the context of that enforcement, Mr Mayor, I appreciate that the legal position, the statutory position for TfL enforcement officers to be able to act came out at the beginning of July. When did enforcement action actually start against those not wearing face coverings and how many fines have been issued to date? It would be really helpful, because of that mixed picture, to understand the...
Alison Moore: Thank you, Mr Mayor. I will leave it there, other than to urge you to look at some of the hotspots around the Tube network. Thank you, Chair, and thank you, Mr Mayor.
Alison Moore: There will be higher demand for cycle parking, especially in town centres. Will the Mayor consider installing cycle stands on the carriageway, not the pavement, where it is safe to do so, so as not to inconvenience pedestrians and encourage the London’s boroughs to do the same?
Alison Moore: Bus lanes are vital to maintain reliable and quick journeys and they provide good facilities for cycling. Will the Mayor consider extending the hours of operation of bus lanes and the Red Routes on the streets it controls where appropriate and encourage the London boroughs to do the same on their roads?
Alison Moore: Transport for London – Casualties in Greater London during 2017 factsheet says, “Figures in italics show estimated percentage change in casualties which take into account changes in the reporting of collisions by the police and the introduction of online collision self-reporting. The shaded areas show back estimated figures for the number of serious, slight and all casualties during 2016...
Alison Moore: Given an all-electric ferry has been operating in Turku, Finland since April 2017 will you ensure that the new Rotherhithe and Canary Wharf ferry is all-electric?
Alison Moore: In February 2018 City AM reported on an exchange of letters between yourself and Chris Grayling MP/Sajid Javid MP. Can you provide me with a copy of those letters and any further correspondence between you, or the Deputy Mayor for Transport, and the Secretary of State for Transport, relating to the Metropolitan Line Extension?
Alison Moore: Can you provide me with a copy of the data in excel format? Can you commit to publishing the data in excel format in the future so the data can be interrogated?
Alison Moore: 46% of Londoners say they would drive rather than use public transport, but 50% say they are more likely to walk/cycle in future. What measures will you use to support walking and cycling to prevent a return to pre-Covid pollution levels?
Alison Moore: How many passengers do you estimate would be affected by the proposed change to the Older Persons Freedom Pass and Oyster60+ concessions?