Published today by Mayor Sadiq Khan, the draft document has been described by City Hall as “ambitious”. Among the proposals in it are a target that at least 80 per cent of journeys are made by walking, cycling and public transport and improved accessibility for disabled passengers.
The London Overground and TfL Rail services will run reduced schedules over the coming days after Network Rail put restrictions in place to allow more de-icing trains to operate.
Transport for London is currently assessing the economic impact of lifting the exemption which has been in place since the congestion charge came into operation in 2003.
Although established as a private company, London & Partners enjoys the status of being the capital’s only official promotions agency and is reliant on public funding.
City Hall routinely invites members of the public and other stakeholders to share their thoughts on key mayoral strategies and plans, including its budget, but participation levels remain low despite widespread publicity on social media and in the press.