Major North London cycle route to be delivered by 2020

In response to the Deputy Mayor for Transport’s announcement at the Active Travel Summit, that construction of a major cycle route between Tottenham and Camden will begin during this Mayoral term, local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, said: “This is great news for Tottenham residents, providing a safer route for cyclists through major junctions … Continue reading Major North London cycle route to be delivered by 2020

Deputy Mayor backs calls for devolution of GTR services to TfL

In response to calls from the Deputy Mayor for Transport that the operator of Great Northern, Govia Thameslink Rail (GTR), should have its services devolved to TfL, local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM said: “Govia have failed time and time again to deliver a consistent and reliable service to my constituents. The recent and … Continue reading Deputy Mayor backs calls for devolution of GTR services to TfL

Rail officials grilled about Great Northern line timetable chaos

In response to today’s London Assembly Transport Committee meeting, where senior officials from Govia Thameslink Railway and Network Rail were questioned about the sustained disruption to train services caused by recent timetable changes, local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, said: “I have been very disappointed and frustrated with the huge level of disruption caused … Continue reading Rail officials grilled about Great Northern line timetable chaos

Joanne renews call for devolution of Great Northern Line

Local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM has renewed her call for control of the Great Northern Line to be devolved to Transport for London (TfL). Ms McCartney has written to Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling, following the recent chaos caused by the introduction of a new timetable by Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), … Continue reading Joanne renews call for devolution of Great Northern Line

Hornsey Lane residents to benefit from bus stop move

Residents along Hornsey Lane are celebrating after it was confirmed that an unsafe bus stop will be moved to a safer location. Construction works at Whitehall Park school, where the bus stop was located has left the pavement damaged, making it difficult for elderly residents and people with disabilities to access the stop. Local Assembly … Continue reading Hornsey Lane residents to benefit from bus stop move