Implicit in your introduction of the response team, is of course a recognition that the whole of East London is held to ransom, and frequently gridlocked, by problems in the tunnel. Not only is this massively inconvenient but it has massive economic consequences and holds back investment and development decisions. It is widely recognised that this problem will only be addressed by the construction of another road crossing, suitably managed to minimise its potential negatrive impacts. Do you accept this? If not, why not and if so what urgency are you placing on this, as the impression is created by your actions to date that you are merely kicking the problem into the long grass so that it will not be addressed until another Mayor sits in City Hall. What outputs will exist by May 2012?