GLA Conservatives’ transport spokesman, Richard Tracey said this morning that news of five days of Tube strikes proves the need for driverless trains.
Tomorrow morning, 23rd May 2012, members of the London Assembly will question the Mayor of London Boris Johnson on issues relating to his role. This is the first Mayor’s Question Time since the election.
PRIORITY QUESTIONS TABLED BY CONSERVATIVE MEMBERS
Driverless Tube Trains
Question No: 1119 / 2012
In the light of Londoners recent endorsement of your policies, will you push ahead with the introduction of driverless trains on the Tube as quickly as possible?
Richard will push the Mayor on the timetable for converting the Underground to a driverless system. Richard authored a report advocating the change over to a driverless system which was subsequently adopted as policy by the Mayor.
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