Passengers invited to quiz TfL’s Peter Hendy

Passengers will have the chance to question TfL Commissioner Peter Hendy (right)
Passengers will have the chance to question TfL Commissioner Peter Hendy (right)
Transport users in the capital are being invited to quiz transport commissioner Peter Hendy about London’s transport network.

Hendy will be attending a public meeting of London TravelWatch, the capital’s passenger watchdog, where he will be discussing transport in London and taking questions from London TravelWatch and members of the public.

Members of the public who cannot make the meeting will be able to e-mail or tweet any questions in advance and we will be live tweeting the question and answer session.

The question and answer session, which will be held between 1030 and 1130 on Tuesday 24 May, at London TravelWatch’s offices is open to all members of the public.

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