The routes are Lea Bridge to Dalston, Ilford to Barking Riverside, Hackney to the Isle of Dogs, Rotherhithe to Peckham, Tottenham Hale to Camden and Wembley to Willesden Junction.
The closures were confirmed in November following a public consultation that was subsequently slammed as “possibly the worst consultation of 2017” by an independent institute which monitors and advises on public engagement strategies.
Mayor Sadiq Khan and Theo Blackwell, London’s first Chief Digital Officer, are seeking views on their Smart London Plan which will inform the mayor’s policies and relating to data-sharing, improved connectivity and digital skills.
Performance at London’s Dial-A-Ride service has slipped so badly that service users are having to wait up to 7 minutes just to get through to the booking line.
The Met is to get an additional £49m from City Hall’s share of the council tax, of which £15m will be ring-fenced for measures to help tackle knife crime.