Transport Committee

London Underground, rail services, buses, trams, taxis and minicabs, walking, cycling and roads all make up the complex transport structure in London.

The Transport Committee examines all aspects of the capital's transport system in order to press for improvements for Londoners. The Committee pays particular attention to how the Mayor's Transport Strategy is being implemented, and looks closely at the work of Transport for London and other transport operators.

Current Investigations

Bus Services

Buses are the busiest form of public transport in London, yet usage has dropped. We're looking at bus services from two angles - the network design and safety.

Read the investigation page.

Recent work


Pedestrianising Oxford Street - 6 September 2016

Innovative changes to bus routes and service patterns are required to achieve the Mayor’s plans to pedestrianise Oxford Street.

‘Leading the Way: Travelling with a sensory impairment in London’ - 18 March 2016

An investigation into the difficulties travelling with a sensory impairment in London.  This report identified a number of practical measures which could be implemented by TfL to improve the experience

'Easy rider: Improving motorcycle safety on London’s roads' - 2 March 2016

We spoke to a large number of motorcyclists as well as road safety experts, industry representatives and training providers to develop a number of recommendations on how rto reduce motorcycle casualties.

'Devolving Rail Services to London: Towards a South London Metro' - 20 October 2015

As part of our investigation into rail devolution, the Committee asked passengers what their top priorities were for improvements on the rail service they use.

Read earlier publications

Committee meetings

Browse meetings and agendas for this committee and to check out further information relating to the committee, including terms of reference.

Feedback and news coverage

Sadiq Khan told Oxford Street pedestrianisation 'impossible' without major bus route changes - Evening Standard
Coverage of the Transport Committee letter to the Mayor about Oxford St pedestrianisation

Railways minister Claire Perry quits over Southern disruption – Financial Times
Coverage of Transport Committee meeting with the Deputy Mayor for Transport, Val Shawcross

Oxford Street to ban all traffic by 2020... – The Mail 
Coverage of Transport Committee meeting with the Deputy Mayor for Transport, Val Shawcross

One in five London motorcyclists involved in crash in past two years' - Evening Standard
Coverage of 'Easy Rider' report into motorcycle safety

Rail services 'better run by TfL' - BBC News
Coverage of the ‘How would you run your railway?’ investigation