Cyclist casualty rates have risen every year since 2006 and the London Assembly Transport Committee has revealed that more than two thirds of London Cyclists feel less safe now, than six months ago.
The Mayor of London and the Metropolitan Police have failed to make the case for purchasing second hand water cannon for potential deployment in London this summer, a new report by the Assembly Police and Crime Committee has concluded.
How is regeneration funding helping Londoners affected by the 2011 riots?
The London Assembly Police and Crime Committee will tomorrow question the following guests about policing and criminal justice.
London Assembly Members will tomorrow question Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
Subjects for questioning during the two and a half hour session include:
The London Assembly Environment Committee says the hidden costs of HS2 have been underestimated, due to the damage it would cause in London and the need to adequately compensate affected residents. It points out that the health impacts of pollution and loss of green space need to be taken
Public meetings and report launches coming up next week:
Thursday 27 February 2014 – Cycle Report Launch & Biking Breakfast
The London Assembly Transport Committee wants Transport for London (TfL) to make bus travel a priority in its future plans for transport in the capital.
There are no public meetings this week.
Response to Mayor’s Draft Housing Strategy
Monday 17 February 2014
The London Assembly today passed a motion[] urging the Mayor to prioritise funding to restore rivers in the capital, helping to cut the risk of further flooding.
The London Assembly agreed a motion  today urging the Mayor and Transport for London (TfL) to develop and adopt a ‘Passengers Charter’ which clearly sets out the minimum service level passeng
The London Assembly has urged Mayor Boris Johnson not to pour hundreds of thousands of pounds into the purchase of water cannon for the Metropolitan Police.
A significant number of homes in 20 of the capital’s 32 London boroughs are at ‘high risk’ of flooding (1 in 30 per year), according to information provided to the London Assembly Environment Committee.