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.

Fix Hammersmith Bridge

Hammersmith Bridge has been in a state of disrepair for years. But Sadiq Khan refused to take responsibility. That’s why I asked the government to step in. Find out what’s happening next by watching this video.

The Telegraph: Tory London mayoral candidate wants sponsorship deals for...

Underground stations could be renamed under plans put forward by the Conservative London mayoral candidate for a £100 million a year sponsorship deal to bolster investment in the capital’s public transport network. Under Shaun Bailey’s plans, companies would be given the chance to bid to rename stations as part of a new advertising campaign inspired by the

CityAM: Tory mayoral candidate Bailey hits out at Khan over TfL delays

Conservative mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey has accused London mayor Sadiq Khan of “failing to deliver reliable transport” in the capital, as public transport delays across the latter’s tenure continued to rise. Khan, who is also responsible for monitoring Transport for London’s (TfL) performance in his role as mayor, launched an independent review of body’s future

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.




Published by Kerry Halfpenny on behalf of Shaun Bailey, both of 4 Matthew Parker Street, London, SW1H 9HQ

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