First launched in September 2016, and one of Mr Khan’s key manifesto commitments, the Hopper allows passengers to switch buses once within an hour of starting their journey.
Mr Mackey joined the force in January 2012 having previously served five years as Chief Constable of Cumbria Constabulary.
The capital’s passenger watchdog says wider measures “to restrain car travel” are needed if cycling levels in London are to match those seen in its European counterparts.
According to the YouGov poll reveal, 37% say national rail services had worsened while eight per cent said they had improved. 33% said they didn’t know.
Sadiq Khan has confirmed he’ll increase his share of the Council Tax by 27p per week to raise more money for the London Fire Brigade and Metropolitan Police.