The figures, which cover the 12 months to March 2017, mark an increase on the seven discharges in the previous year but show officers used their weapons in just a tiny number of the 15,705 operations they took part in.
The Liveable Neighbourhoods programme will support schemes which encourage walking, cycling and the use of public transport in line with the Mayor’s Healthy Streets strategy.
Last month TfL announced it would delay the deadline for drivers to sit and pass a test until 9 April 2018 but has today advised the GMB union which represents Private Hire and Taxi drivers that this date has been pushed back until July 16th.
Last week this site revealed how Sir Peter continued using Transport for London resources to transport his luggage around the capital despite quitting the organisation two years ago to become Chair or Network Rail.
Transport for London has already worked with Mayor Sadiq Khan and his predecessor, plus business groups, to show how London could fund half of the scheme during construction.