Nicholas Rogers: For each of the following, what is the average length of the Met application process? • Police Support Volunteers • Employer Supported Policing • Community Based Volunteers
Nicholas Rogers: Please provide me with annual data since 2015 showing the total number of agency bus drivers working in TfL’s contracted bus operation broken down by bus operator.
Nicholas Rogers: Please detail the number of times for each year Sep 15 to Aug 16, Sep 16 to Aug 17, Sep 17 to Aug 18, Sep 18 to Aug 19, Sep 19 to Aug 20, Sep 20 to Aug 21 and Sep 21 to Aug 22 when suspects hit by Met tasers were hospitalised. Please also detail the number of deaths following taser strikes during this period.
Nicholas Rogers: Broken down by Tube line, please detail how many Tube drivers are members of a union, which union and how many are not a member of any union.
Nicholas Rogers: Do you recognise that the Londoners on lower incomes who do drive are the Londoners who are most likely to be negatively impacted by an expanded ULEZ?
Nicholas Rogers: Please provide a breakdown on how many LUL Electrical Control Room Staff are members of a union, which union and how many are not a member of any union.
Nicholas Rogers: Are there any infrastructure projects that you had previously backed, that you no longer believe are viable or worthwhile?
Nicholas Rogers: Are there any infrastructure projects for which you believe the case has been strengthened by the changes to transport usage patterns after the pandemic?
Nicholas Rogers: On 27th June a press release entitled ‘Mayor confirms first steps towards powering Tube with renewable energy’ quoted you as follows: “This first step to powering the Tube network and TfL’s wider operations with 100 percent renewable source electricity is another crucial part of reducing carbon emissions and building a better, greener London for everyone.” Can you confirm that with...
Nicholas Rogers: Why did you decide to utilise a Power Purchasing Agreement (PPA) as part of your plan for the Tube to be entirely powered by renewable energy by 2030?
Nicholas Rogers: Do you agree that it would be better to end nominee passes than cut TfL services?
Nicholas Rogers: The 30th August TfL Settlement Letter states with regard to pensions, “By the 30 September 2022, TfL will submit two categories of options for future service reform with no more than two sub-options under each, all of which will aim to reduce future service liabilities by circa £100m.” In the interests of transparency, will you publish in full the options TfL submitted?
Nicholas Rogers: Given that Brendan Barber’s Independent Pensions Review found scope to save £182.4 million per year by reforming TfL pensions, have you ruled out seeking to save more than £100 million via TfL pensions reform?
Nicholas Rogers: Even if, in an ideal world, you would prefer not to reform TfL pensions, do you recognise that failing to do so and instead saving money by cutting bus routes would be unacceptable?
Nicholas Rogers: Now that a long-term funding deal is in place for TfL, what infrastructure projects are your top priorities?
Nicholas Rogers: For each year Sep 15 to Aug 16, Sep 16 to Aug 17, Sep 17 to Aug 18, Sep 18 to Aug 19, Sep 19 to Aug 20, Sep 20 to Aug 21 and Sep 21 to Aug 22 how many police officers were injured while undertaking their duties? How many of these had to take time off as a result?
Nicholas Rogers: Did you give any consideration to utilising battery storage as an alternative to a PPA in order to help ensure that the Tube will be entirely powered by renewable energy by 2030?
Nicholas Rogers: If a respondent to your ULEZ Expansion consultation wanted TfL to be absolutely clear that they were opposed to any expansion of the ULEZ, which questions would they need to answer and what answers should they give?
Nicholas Rogers: Please detail the number of occasions for each year Sep 15 to Aug 16, Sep 16 to Aug 17, Sep 17 to Aug 18, Sep 18 to Aug 19, Sep 19 to Aug 20, Sep 20 to Aug 21 and Sep 21 to Aug 22 that officers have been found to have incorrectly used and / or discharged Met tasers.
Nicholas Rogers: Are you confident that TfL's ULEZ Expansion Consultation is written in such a way that a respondent who wished to make absolutely clear that they opposed any expansion of the ULEZ could do so with no fear of their answer being misinterpreted?