Zoe wrote:I don't object to taxi drivers having a voice, but TfL needs to represent all users of all forms of transport (including pedestrians). We also have an issue with some groups having too much influence. The LTDA for example has been very loud in their objection to bike lanes, which is bound to cause unnecessary tension between different users. It's also a bit odd as I don't think it's very helpful to taxi drivers, as less cars in central London can only help as people will take taxis instead.
Thebunhouse wrote:It's a year and twenty-one pages since this matter was raised and nothing in the last six months since July. Does this mean that the new system is working satisfactorily?
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU>
jonaths wrote:Traffic down Harper Road is still bad a year on. Despite protestations, doesn't seem like TFL are doing much about it quickly
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