On @BBCSPLondon this morning @CarolinePidgeon was holding @MayorofLondon to account on bus cuts that will impact areas of Hackney badly.
We need to protect our bus routes.@PippaMorganLD pic.twitter.com/zqCd5irEUC
— Hackney Lib Dems #PeoplesVote (@HackneyLibDems) November 18, 2018
On the BBC's Sunday Politics, Caroline discusses the Mayor's bus service changes, which are not delivering the promised improvements in outer London, while taking services away from areas with no alternative transport, and making life harder for passengers with limited mobility.
Writing for the OnLondon website, Caroline explains the statistics around deterioriating response times to 999 calls - as well as the way the Mayor has used the statistics to obscure the worrying underlying problems.
Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrat Londonwide Assembly Member, has responded to Transport for London’s Central London Bus Service Review, with a very clear message that the RV1 bus route should be saved.
Responding to the consultation, Caroline highlighted that TfL’s own figures show passenger usage has actually increased on the bus route between April and August of this year (August's are the most recent figures that TfL were able to produce).
Highlighting the importance of retaining the RV1 bus service, Caroline said:
— Caroline Pidgeon (@CarolinePidgeon) November 7, 2018
Caroline visited West Ham Utd at the Olympic Stadium to learn about the newly launched Players' Project, where the men's and women's first team players are sponsoring worthwhile projects in the community. Watch the video to hear more...