In Part 1 of this series we looked at the recent history and circumstance that have left London with the bus network it has today. Now we can properly begin to look at how it is argued it might need to change. The London Assembly Transport Committee decided to investigate the state of London’s bus services as part of their 2013 work programme. Their scoping report sets out the nature of the investigation. The key themes were identifying the most overcrowded routes in London; how TfL plan the ...
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