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Stop and Shop Bay Extension Welcomed

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has announced that drivers will now have an extra ten minutes to park in red route parking bays taking the time allowed to park from 20 minutes to 30 minutes.

GetAheadoftheGames Road Shows

In just a few weeks time Royal Greenwich will be a host borough for the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games, Greenwich Conservative Councillors have been pressing the Council to make sure that disruption to residents is kept as minimal as possible and as part of this we would like to draw your attention to the GetAheadoftheGames Road shows which are visiting Royal Greenwich on the followin

Woolwich Ferry upgrade

TfL say that the current ferries and landing stages are “coming to the end of their life” Boris Johnson’s TfL inherited the ferries as part of a deal the Labour Council signed with his predecessor, and their plans include replacement of the ferries and a full upgrade of facilities.

Working with TfL on A2 closure

Greenwich Conservatives have been working with Transport for London (TfL) to ensure that the  roadworks on the A2 are completed as quickly as possible. They wrote to residents across Greenwich and Charlton about the disruption and have been passing on residents’ views to Boris and the Greater London Authority.

 

Oyster not delivering pearls it promised

Thousands of unwitting Londoners face another nine months of overcharges on their Oyster cards.

London commuters let down by Livingstone

Conservatives have accused Ken Livingstone of exploiting Londoners "as his personal piggy bank" after the Mayor announced a big rise in bus and Tube fares. Rush hour bus journeys will go up 20 per cent in the New Year, and Tube passengers also face increases above the rate of inflation, raising an expected £150 million in additional revenue to help plug the huge hole in the Mayor's transport budget.

The scandal of Transport for London

Recent information has revealed that, in order to boost its finances, TfL has committed itself to an increase i

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