Yesterday Transport for London gave me a preview of its upcoming and impressive looking new website which it says will radically improve the service it offers to the 250m Londoners and tourists who go online every year to find their away around the capital. Top of the list of changes is the use of ‘responsive […]
We’ve had lots of fun of late with the expenses culture at Transport for London, a run of stories which so upset one senior TfL officer that he actually deigned to break his long-running silence and speak to me (though only when his boss was no longer around to hear the sulk). But while it […]
Two years ago I called on Boris to “be more open about the fact that the cable car is a tourist attraction, not a genuine part of the capital’s public transport network.” In recent weeks he’s done just that – a Mayoral Decision approving a new £1 fare for school groups states that usage patterns […]
Over the past few months I’ve been trying to piece together the talk within Labour about the selection of a 2016 Mayoral candidate and what I’ve heard has been pretty depressing for someone who expects parties to take a £16bn a year regional government seriously. While 2016 might seem a long way off, I think […]
TfL would like a round of applause for “proactively” publishing the expenses claims of its Chief officers.