London TravelWatch investigates: What is the future of London’s transport network?
Where, when and how will people be travelling once the current pandemic is finally over? London TravelWatch is looking to answer these questions and we want to involve Londoners in the process.
Over the course of the pandemic there have been many rapid changes to life in London. We have had to adapt our day to day lives to allow for social distancing. Many of the things we took for granted as normal have changed fundamentally: including transport and travel. Many people may have been working from home when they used to commute into London every day. Working patterns, shopping habits and socialising may have been changed too. For others, less may have changed, and they may still be doing their usual journey to work or to care for friends and family.
At some point in the future, life will go on back to some sort of 'normal' and our transport system needs to be ready for this. As part of our research, we want to hear from 'real' people and organisations who live, work and travel in the capital, to help us build up a picture of what transport should look like in the future for the people who use it.
Do you live or travel in London and want to have your say?
You can have your say on the future of London’s transport by filling in a short survey or emailing your thoughts to email@example.com.
For businesses, organisations and representative groups
We are inviting all businesses, organisations, and representative groups to contribute their views and evidence to our investigation. We also welcome contributions from individuals wishing to respond to the investigation.
We've produced a briefing which poses some key questions, breaks down some of the challenges facing London’s transport network and explores some possible scenarios for how the future might look.
Please send your responses to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the name of your organisation and contact details.
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