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The fight to save the RV1 bus route carries on

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:

Launching the West Ham Players' Project

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...

Campaigning in Muswell Hill

Caroline had a great day in Muswell Hill, campaigning with Dawn Barnes, Cllr Julia Ogiehor and the Haringey Lib Dem team.

Campaigning in Bromley

Caroline came to Bromley to work with Julie Ireland and her team of local activists getting ready for the Kelsey and Eden Park by-election on 29th November.

We need clarity and progress on Hammersmith Bridge refurbishment

Caroline Pidgeon has highlighted the delays and uncertainty plaguing the refurbishment of Hammersmith Bridge.

Work was expected to start late in 2018, but this has been delayed into 2019 - exactly what the start and finish dates will be remains very unclear, with mixed messages from Transport for London, and Hammersmith and Fulham Council.

Heavy vehicles are currently banned from driving over the bridge, and this means TfL need to pay for traffic wardens to enforce the restrictions.

Caroline said:

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