TfL has announced plans for “an innovative ‘on-demand’ bus service” which will allow people in Sutton to book seats on a minibus via their smartphone.
A clear majority of the public believe London gets more than its fair share of Government spending according to a new survey conducted by YouGov, suggesting ministers may find it easy to resist Mayor Sadiq Khan’s push to secure greater public spending in the capital.
Ever since news of Crossrail’s delayed opening emerged back in August, there’s been a concerted effort by City Hall and Transport for London to distance themselves from the problem.
With defeat almost certain, it’s easy to see why no ‘big names’ wanted to put themselves forward but Shaun Bailey, one of two London Assembly members standing for the candidacy, has also the least impressive so far.
Dial-A-Ride users finally have some good news – the decrepit and ancient fleet on minibuses the scheme relies on is finally being upgraded thanks to the incoming Ultra Low Emission Zone.