Responding to the the London Assembly’s report on London’s bus network, Richard Brown, Research Director at Centre for London said:
“The mayor is right to focus on getting Londoners out of cars and onto public transport. We urgently need to tackle congestion and pollution on London’s roads and streets to improve the economy, keep people moving and ensure high quality of life for all Londoners.
“Part of this is about upgrading and enhancing London’s public transport offer and bus network, as the London Assembly’s report sets out, but we also need a fresh focus on London’s roads and streets to enable cycling, walking and a healthier city. Centre for London’s independent commission on the future of London’s roads and streets will be publishing its proposals in October.”