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.
Caroline visited West Ham 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...
At the London Assembly, Caroline raised with the Mayor and Met Commissioner the problems with the time taken for the Met to respond to emergency calls - including calls about incidents in London that were diverted to Hampshire Police!
Caroline talks about her work, both at City Hall, and also campaigning with Liberal Democrats in their communities all across London - and asks London Lib Dem members for their support in the London Assembly selection ballot.
Caroline spoke at a London Councils event at Liberal Democrat conference on what London needs from the Treasury's spending review. Caroline stressed the funding pressure on London's public services, particularly Transport for London and the Metropolitan Police, and called for a better deal for London.
Caroline joined with the Mayor of Watford, Peter Taylor, to present a petition calling on the Mayor to transfer Watford's stations into Zone 6 and give a fairer deal to Watford commuters.
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.
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.