Deployed at last year’s Notting Hill Carnival and the Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the Cenotaph, the force’s adoption of the technology has prompted questions from some London Assembly members concerned whether proper oversight arrangements are in place to govern its use.
Mayor Sadiq Khan has confirmed that the cost of a zone 1-6 journey on the new Crossrail / Elizabeth Line will be the same as the equivalent Tube fare. Today’s announcement honours a 2013 undertaking from former mayor Boris Johnson and ensures passengers using the new service benefit from Mayor Khan’s four-year fares freeze. Passengers […]
Over the period, an initial £122,000 contract to advise and support senior members of staff, including former Transport Commissioner Sir Peter Hendy and successor Mike Brown, has been regularly extended, netting the supplier a total of almost £2m.
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.