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Out on the doors in Kingston and Surbiton

Caroline Pidgeon AM joined Edward Davey MP, Cllr Liz Green and Kingston Liberal Democrats out on the doors talking to local residents on Friday 13th February.

Caroline also discussed with Edward Davey some local transport concerns including the potential impact of Crossrail 2 on local rail services.

"It was good to hear first hand some of the local transport issues and to talk to local residents about issues in their area" commented Caroline.

Looking at Transport issues in Richmond Park consituency


Caroline Pidgeon AM joined local parliamentary campaigner Robin Meltzer on Friday 13th February to look at a number of transport issues that had come out of a detailed survey conducted by Robin and the local Liberal Democrats.

Caroline's first stop was to meet Emma Robinson, the Barnes Town Centre Manager, and local residents, to discuss their wish for the cycle hire scheme to come to Barnes over Hammersmith Bridge.

Visiting Kimpton Industrial Park

Caroline Pidgeon AM joined Sutton and Cheam MP Paul Burstow on Thursday 19th February to spend a morning talking to local businesses and Colin Newton, the Chair of the local Business Improvement District for the business park.

Cycle incident analysis exposes TFL's failure to invest in safe cycling infrastructure

Caroline Pidgeon AM, Leader of the Liberal Democrat London Assembly Group, commenting on a report by the insurance company Aviva which has analysed police road traffic collision data between 2009 to 2013 on London’s roads, said:

These figures confirm that cycling around many gyratories and especially roundabouts such as the Elephant and Castle is nothing less than a Tour de Danger for cyclists.

Compensation for removing the off-peak cap is not enough

Caroline Pidgeon AM, Leader of the Liberal Democrat London Assembly Group, responding to today's announcement that the Mayor will provide automatic refunds to those who incur a higher fare than the former off-peak daily cap in outer London (Zones 4-6) twice or more in a week, said:

It’s shameful that the Mayor signed off changes to the fare structure without actually understanding what he was doing. His incompetence has cost outer London commuters dearly, with thousands having endured double digit fare rises since January.

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