Setting our future direction – Outcome of the Comprehensive Spending Review I am writing to brief you on the outcome of the Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR), which was announced by the Chancellor in Parliament this afternoon, as it affects Transport for London (TfL). The headlines are that vital investment in London’s transport infrastructure and frontline services have been secured during one of the most turbulent economic times in living memory. Crossrail will go ahead, the Tube will be ...
Today has been a busy day at Whitehall, City Hall and the offices of TfL. It seems best to skip the formalities and head straight to the meat. The full report can be downloaded here (or purchased for £45 if you feel like doing your part for the economy). Crossrail Crossrail was, of course, the headline item from a Transport perspective. In short the Chancellor confirmed that the project would indeed go ahead. The report, however, failed to confirm full details. These along with many other ...
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