HAVE YOUR SAY ON THE FUTURE OF
LONDON'S TRANSPORT NETWORK
We want to hear from London's businesses, public sector organisations, and other bodies about how your working practices are likely to change in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
In response to this unprecedented crisis, we have all had to change how we work and live our lives. To stop the spread of coronavirus, Londoners have stayed at home, many businesses have closed their doors temporarily, and working from home has become the new normal.
As lockdown eases and the capital gets back to work, it's time to consider the future of London's transport network. With fewer people being encouraged to use public transport and more Londoners working from home, there are key questions about what Londoners need from its transport network.
London Assembly Member Keith Prince is calling for evidence from London's businesses, public sector organisations and other bodies to inform a report on the future of public transport in London.
The evidence you submit will be used to write an in-depth report on how Londoners will travel and work in the wake of the coronavirus, and what our city will need from Transport for London. Responses will be kept anonymous and presented in a statical format, and specific organisations will not be named without your permission.
The evidence you submit will not be used by the Conservative Party. It will only be used to inform Keith Prince AM's report on the future of London's transport network and his work on the London Assembly. This an opportunity to shape the policies of the GLA Conservatives and ensure your voice is heard in City Hall.
If you want to have your say on the future of London's transport network, then please complete the form below by the 25th July.