London Assembly Transport Committee Consultation24th August 2016 / Posted by CRP Team
It’s official, London’s roads have been getting steadily busier and more congested for at least the last two years. Traffic speeds are falling and journey times are getting longer, bringing an economic cost to London and increasing pollution. All parts of London’s road network – central, inner and outer London – are considered to be congested.
The London Assembly Transport Committee is calling for submissions to help answer the question ‘What can the Mayor and TfL do to reduce the level of traffic congestion in London?’
CRP is responding with a submission advising on solutions for consideration based on learning from our local and European projects. Our recommendations will address air quality, how to reduce the number of delivery vehicles on London’s roads, and encouraging transport modal shift.
More information on the consultation can be found here: https://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/transport_committee_-_traffic_congestion_investigation_-_call_for_views_and_information.pdf
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