The limit will come into effect on 8.9km of main roads including Millbank, Albert Embankment, Victoria Embankment and Borough High Street by early 2020 and will be enforced through the use of fixed and mobile speed cameras.
The demands are the result of Westminster Council’s decision to walk away from TfL and Mayor Sadiq Khan’s flagship project to pedestrianise Oxford Street and are set out in a ‘closedown report’ presented to the TfL board last month but withheld from publication.
Jubilee line passengers will be able to make and receive mobile phone calls on platforms and in tunnels for the first time from March 2020 after Transport for London confirmed it will switch on 4G coverage between Westminster and Canning Town for a trial period.
The capital’s transport agency has hired aviation executive Andy Lord, previously Executive Vice President for Menzies Aviation and a former British Airways worker, to take over from Tube boss Nigel Holness.
A network of 24 hour bus priority corridors are to be introduced in central London in a bid to halt the decline in bus usage and help deliver Mayor Sadiq Khan’s target of 80 per cent of journeys to be made by sustainable modes by 2041.