The Mayor's Transport Strategy states; 'shelter, seating, lighting and maps should be provided at the great majority of stops.' However, TfL tell me their policy is to install shelters at all stops that can physically accommodate them. Whilst this may be sensible and desirable in most parts of London, the situation is vastly different in the outer London boroughs, such as in my constituency, where a blanket policy of putting shelters at almost every stop is not always the correct solution. The statement from the Transport Strategy gives flexibility for TfL to take this into account, yet this is not the case in practice. Do you accept that `the great majority of stops' is not the same as `all sites that are physically suitable'? Exactly how many residents do you consult over bus shelters, and has a bus shelter ever not been put in due to overwhelming residential opposition?