My question, which John and Jennette both touched on, is the design of interchanges. Now, the question is in two parts, one is on the permanent works as it finally emerges. And secondly, the temporary work and how we live with the change as it is being worked upon.
The first one would be, a couple of designs that have come to my attention, which Richard Rogers has been working on, which really present buses completely separately from the rest of the road. The perception of crime is a big issue. Waiting at a bus stop where only one bus would be coming every now and then, where no other cars come by - so it is a separate designated area - does not make me feel particularly safe. I was really concerned about one in Lewisham and one in Vauxhall, and I will give you the details - they don't really look like the safety has been designed into that and so, in a sense, what I am asking you to do is look at how we can make sure safety is designed in as a first port of call.
At Vauxhall where now you have temporary works, which are under your direct control, I have to go through a dark passage to get to the bus. There are construction works all the way around. It is not a safe place to be but Transport for London have not put in any special measures to ensure that this particular area, where many, many women have to go on their way home, is safe in the temporary state, and the temporary state will go on for some time.