The Mayor has betrayed Londoners and chosen to send out a signal to the world that the city does not embrace innovation
Posts Tagged: Transport for London
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”.
18 per cent of those who work in the capital live outside it. Their interests must be addressed.
Binding pendulum arbitration has dramatically reduced the number of strikes in New York,
The Mayor has managed to break his promise and still fail to find the funds needed for transport investment.
With London at a standstill, the unions just showed who really runs the show.
Only nine months have passed since his election, but he has abandoned all of his key promises.
Iain Dale: Does Grayling have a point about TFL? After all, it’s not known as Totally Failing London for nothing.
Plus: the Government should not reveal its Brexit negotiating hand. And: should I contest North Norfolk again after all?
Promises have already been abandoned – on transport fares, housing, policing. Even trees.
The failure to provide costings means that the Mayor lacks credibility.
The promise that 50 per cent of news homes would be affordable has also been ditched.
There is a need to balance the interests of motorists with providing more attractive locations for home ownership.
I still believe my pledge of cutting tube fares by three per cent annually was deliverable.
Stephen Hammond: Boris’s Legacy 4) Transport. On buses, tubes and those famous bikes, he kept the capital moving.
His good work would be imperilled by Sadiq Khan’s mis-costed plans.
What emerges through the mists is a more-or-less standard left-wing politician, but with a sensitive nose for where the political wind will blow next.