Caroline explains why she's raised a motion in the London Assembly to take a step in cleaning up London's air by ensuring drivers know not to let their engines idle when they stop.
Caroline Pidgeon has joined local campaigners in Southwark in calling for the RV1 bus to run every 10 minutes again, after a recent cut left it running just three times an hour.
“Before the Mayoral election Sadiq Khan promised that “as the son of a bus driver” he would be the champion of our buses.
In February's London Assembly session, Caroline asked the Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton for a progress update on the fire service's resilience, role in counter-terrorism, and collaboration with other emergency services.
Caroline raised in the London Assembly widespread concerns about the bureaucratic and inflexible approach of the Inner North London coroner, and particularly the impact on bereaved Muslim and Jewish families.
In January's Assembly session, Caroline grilled the Mayor on his plans to sell off crossrail trains and lease them back from private companies. She also took aim at TfL's overambitious passenger fare estimates in the Mayor's Draft Budget 2018.
In January's Mayor's Question Time, Caroline Pidgeon pressed the mayor in detail on how the Metropolitan Police are addressing weaknesses in their child protection service.
Caroline Pidgeon AM pressed the Mayor to explain and in particular, what he is doing to deliver youth services in London's hospitals to divert young people away from knife violence.
Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrat London Assembly Member, commenting on the Mayor’s reply to her questioning about the need for a London Underground station at the Bricklayer’s Arms as part of the Bakerloo Line extension, said:
Caroline questioned the Mayor on the rollout of rapid charging points for electric cars, and forced him to admit that the project is well behind schedule.