Caroline talked to London Live about the lessons the whole rail industry needs to learn from the timetable disruption caused by theThameslink changes in May.
— London Live (@LondonLive) July 16, 2018
In June's Mayor's Question Time, Caroline again urged the Mayor to commit to consulting on significant changes to bus frequency. It is vital that the voices of the communities these changes affect are heard.
Caroline joined London Lib Dems for Pride 2018. It was a fantastic day and it matters so much to fight for LGBT rights across the whole of the UK and the world.
— Chris Maines (@MainesChris) July 7, 2018
Caroline Pidgeon has given her strong support to the motion the London Assembly passed, calling for the Mayor to ensure the pedestrianisation of Oxford Street goes ahead, using his emergency powers if needed to overrule Westminster council.
As a number of fundamental issues remain unresolved with expansion, like noise and essential surface transport improvements, the London Assembly has agreed a unanimous motion asserting its opposition to the expansion of Heathrow Airport.
Caroline Pidgeon AM, who proposed the motion, said:
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.