Her needs to deliver bold measures, but also show that he can read the politics and mood of the party and country.
Posts Tagged: Transport
After massively increasing the cost of regulation the Mayor now expects the operators to pay. Some firms will be driven out of business.
To reduce investment in infrastructure or R&D is to take away from the future – just as surely as running up unsustainable debt does.
I have said previously that I believe the Government has been pursuing a sensible negotiating approach to date. I maintain that view.
There are some areas where continued jurisdiction for the ECJ is defensible and may, pragmatically, be the best route forward.
Sanjoy Sen: Nudged out of a gas-guzzler, I’m an environmentalist’s dream. But how much difference does switching to hybrids make?
Whatever else unfolds in the coming years, we need to look near and far for learnings and solutions to our emissions challenges.
The Transport Secretary assures viewers that “people will be able to carry on booking their holidays” after Brexit.
Not only will it free up much-needed capacity for commuters and freight on the existing network, but we’re ensuring a huge skills footprint too.
If it shares Transport for London’s technophobia it will continue throwing money away on bureaucrats and agency commissions.
Jon Aydon: The north’s Labour leaders have gained new powers and money – now they must present a vision to match
Decades of under-investment in transport are being corrected – but we need an ambitious strategy for what comes next.
Nicholas Mazzei: Khan and TfL are right to block Uber. We Conservatives are on the wrong side of the argument.
A cheap, simple service is not a good enough defence when delivered by a company with poor morals and corporate standards.
The Mayor has betrayed Londoners and chosen to send out a signal to the world that the city does not embrace innovation
Diego Zuluaga: Khan and TfL’s war on Uber has baleful implications for post-Brexit Britain – not just Londoners
When other EU countries attempted to block the apps’ arrival, my British interlocutors said: “it could never happen here”.
EURATOM, WTO quotas, open skies agreements, banks’ ability to lend – all these involve change which it may not be possible to effect by April 2019.
Chris Grayling: Upgraded roads. New trains. A record modernisation programme. Putting straight our record on transport and the North.
We are waiting for Labour to deliver their proposals. Because this should be too important an issue to become a political football.