During his successful campaign to become London’s third directly elected Mayor, Mr Khan promised to create a more equal city where social mobility was an option for all.
TfL will be forced to sell its landholdings at “a financially disadvantageous” price if Mayor Sadiq Khan is to deliver his manifesto promise of ensuring 50% of all homes built on public land are affordable.
When Sadiq announced his fares freeze he failed to publish the advice which he’d relied on and is now failing to deliver on his pledge “to lead the most transparent, engaged and accessible administration London has ever seen”.
In her new role she’ll be responsible for delivering the Mayor’s environmental polices and lead on the Energy for Londoners initiative which will help Londoners generate more low-carbon electricity boost recycling rates and cut landfill.
From this weekend, routes 34, 123, 145, 158, 296, E1 and W3 will run every 30 minutes throughout Friday and Saturday nights, while the W7 will operate every 20 minutes.
Buses on two routes are to be fitted with displays showing live traffic information in a six-month trial aimed at helping London’s drivers avoid congestion.
London is a great and global city, but it needs to be lead by somebody who embraces change and opportunity, rather than hide behind fear and inertia.
Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone remembers Bob Kiley, London’s first Transport Commissioner, who passed away on Tuesday.
The first zone will be introduced in Putney where existing buses will be replaced from next February with hybrid or diesel buses fitted with “top-of-the-range anti-pollutant systems”.