London’s Transport Now and in the Future
The London Assembly Transport Committee has launched an investigation into London’s transport now and in the future.
This investigation will take a broad look at how London’s transport system will need to adapt to future constraints and help address the challenges facing the capital.
We are interested in hearing about how people’s experiences of moving around the capital could be improved.
Finally, the committee are interested in views on what transport projects in the capital should be prioritised and how these could be delivered and paid for. Our investigation focuses on the whole transport system including rail, Underground, buses, walking and cycling.
Questions we are seeking to address in this investigation include:
1. How will the transport system need to develop to keep pace with London’s growing population?
2. Does London’s transport offer need to change to reflect changing work and leisure patterns? If so, how?
3. What would most improve people’s experience of moving around the capital?
4. In the coming years what are likely to be the big changes in how people move around the city?
5. What are the key projects which should be prioritised to ensure London’s transport system delivers for London, is resilient to future constraints, and plays a role in addressing the challenges facing the capital?
6. What innovative approaches should London be looking at to fund transport infrastructure?
7. In relation to transport, what should be London’s key asks to central government?
How to contribute to the investigation
We welcome submissions from any organisations and individuals with views and information to share on this topic. Submissions should aim to address any of the questions outlined above, and other issues that are relevant to the investigation.
We are keen to hear from transport users, London boroughs, businesses, campaigners, transport experts and anyone else with an interest in this topic.
To contribute, please send submissions to the committee by the deadline of Monday 30 September using the following details:
Email submissions: [email protected]
Postal submissions: The Transport Committee, London Assembly, City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA
Further information: 020 7983 4000