On 5th April over 200 people attended Transport Question Time to hear representatives from the four main parties debate their proposals for the future of transport in London. The panel consisted of:
Question 1: A great city for walking, plus supplementary questions on:
Smoothing traffic flow
Traffic engineer attitudes and training
Car free days
Question 2: 20mph speed limits on Mayoral controlled streets, plus supplmentary questions on:
Enforcement of speed limits
20mph on residential streets
Question 3: The war on the motorist
Question 4: Public transport in outer London, plus supplementary questions on:
Long term planning and investment
Question 5: Cyclist safety
Questions 6: Air pollution, plus supplementary question on accessibility
Transport Question Time was organised by
Living Streets, in partnership with Movement for Liveable London and Campaign for Better Transport.
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Bookings are now open for Transport Question Time on 5th April. This is your chance to quiz Boris Johnson, Ken Livingstone, Brian Paddick and Jenny Jones on how they plan to keep London moving over the next four years and create a more liveable city.
here if you’d like to attend.
Living Streets have done a fantastic job arranging this event, if you’re planning to attend – or just want to support the great work they do campaigning to improve London’s streets and public spaces – then please consider
making a donation.