Government ministers have been urged to take “swift action” to bring an end to the disruption and chaos faced by passengers travelling to and from London Bridge Station.
A City Hall poll asked Londoners about their perceptions and experiences of the capital, as well as their expectations for the economy and personal finances.
Transport bosses have been praised for delivering on promises of greater transparency by proactively publishing their cycle hire sponsorship contract with Santander.
Sir Peter Hendy, head of Transport for London, has hailed major lorry manufacturers designing a new generation of cycle-friendly vehicles.
The development area includes three sites: Algarve House, a derelict office building which Development Securities has an £8 million option agreement for, land owned by TfL including the space above the station; and land around the station owned by the London Borough of Southwark.