Transport

SHAUN BAILEY FOR LONDON

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Make London move

TfL is bankrupt. Crossrail is delayed yet again. The congestion charge has gone up. We need a transport network fit for a global city. So I’ll work with the government to secure investment in TfL and fix its finances. I’ll deliver much-needed improvements, like Crossrail and an electric bus fleet. And I’ll reverse the congestion charge increase on day one.

The Telegraph: Tories’ Shaun Bailey pledges to build bridge across...

Shaun Bailey, the Conservative challenger in May’s London Mayoral elections, is backing plans for a temporary crossing next to Hammersmith Bridge, which closed in August because of structural problems. Mr Bailey sees the new structure – dubbed inevitably “Bailey’s Bridge” – as a riposte to the decision by Mr Khan, Transport for London and Liberal

The Standard: TfL slammed for revealing Government bailout details early...

The most senior civil servant at the Department for Transport has rebuked Transport for London for “a breach of good faith” over the premature disclosure of its latest £1.8 billion bailout from the taxpayer. Shaun Bailey has sent a letter to Regulatory Complaints at the London Stock Exchange asking it to investigate what he claimed was “a clear breach of the

LBC: ‘Sadiq Khan is running TfL into the ground,’ Shaun Bail...

London Mayor Sadiq Khan is running TfL “into the ground”, Conservative mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey has told LBC. Speaking to Nick Ferrari, Mr Bailey said: “I think the first thing to say about this being removed is there’s no forward planning. That’s why this money has been wasted, that’s why the traffic has been built

CityAM: Tory mayoral candidate vows ‘mental health covenant’...

Tory mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey has pledged to offer more mental health support to Transport for London (TfL) staff if elected mayor as figures show increasing levels of psychological distress among the workforce. Bailey told City A.M. that he would create a “mental health covenant” for TfL workers in a similar vein to existing programmes for the




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