Tell us what you think about Have your say

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In May 2021 we moved to a new digital engagement and consultation platform.

As we transition from our old platform to the new one, we want to understand how you are finding using our site.

Your feedback will help us monitor how we’re doing. We’ll make improvements based on what you tell us.

Use the Survey or Guestbook to tell us your views.


In May 2021 we moved to a new digital engagement and consultation platform.

As we transition from our old platform to the new one, we want to understand how you are finding using our site.

Your feedback will help us monitor how we’re doing. We’ll make improvements based on what you tell us.

Use the Survey or Guestbook to tell us your views.


Share your views and ideas in our Guestbook

Use our Guestbook to leave your thoughts and ideas around how we could improve our site. Your feedback could include:

    Suggestions for improving language, descriptions and site navigation

    Any technical or accessibility improvements you’d like to see

    How we can make better use of images, videos, maps and diagrams

    How we can better communicate how your feedback is used and what action we take as a result

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CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

This new "Have Your Say" site is a significant step backwards compared to the old Consultation site, with questions seemingly targeted at getting the result TfL are looking for rather than seeking extensive feedback.

BigBazz43 2 months ago

Can masks be mandatory on public transport? And if people are wearing them below the nose, they should be asked to wear them correctly.
And have badges supplied by nhs to confirm which people are medically exempt from wearing a mask?

Londoner007 3 months ago

Could there be a section and consultation of safety on public transport for women who are 50% of the population? Such as improving lighting, more staff at stations, etc.
https://yougov.co.uk/topics/legal/articles-reports/2020/01/22/most-women-have-been-sexually-harassed-london-publ
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/196474/women-10-more-likely-than-report/

Londoner007 3 months ago

The topics aren't very diverse. I'd like to be able to subscribe to areas that interest me such as access improvements and opt out of those that dont eg cycling. I cant see any non-bus/cycling topics - what about cross rail or improvements at bank or other stations?

Jonathan 4 months ago

(1). My first attempt to register was apparently unsuccessful but there was nothing to inform me of that.
(2). My second attempt, this one was successful.
(3) During this attempt the password error message just said that 'Password does not meet requirements'. My 'error' was that there were no numbers or punctuation in the password but that wasn't made clear.
(4) My first attempt failed because I had included an apostrophe, but that wasn't made clear.
(5) It took me over an hour to work out how to give feedback on the new eScooters.

My feedback on eScooters is that the light at the front is set too high and can be blinding to anyone facing it. Could the light face downwards to avoid this?

eBike 4 months ago

I don't understand the point of this site. It is all about cycling, nothing about buses let alone cars and trains. I also understand that significant cuts to the Central London bus network are planned. Will these be put out to consultation on this site?

Eastfields3 4 months ago

I commute by Brompton Bike from Wimbledon Park Road SW19 down to Southside Shopping Centre SW18. I then turn into Armoury Way then travel down o York Road Roundabout SW11 cycle along York Road turning on Lombard Road/Heliport . I cycle up to Chelsea Bridge sometime on the road however if congested I will cycle along the riverside embankment as far as Chelsea Bridge. Off road along the Riverside there are pedestrians, dog walkers, cyclists, there needs to be clear paths to separate cyclists from walkers. Once on Chelsea Bridge I cycle along the Embankment, down to Vauxhall Bridge daily to and from work. There needs to be more bollards in place in both directions protecting cyclist from motorists especially during rush hour the amount of HGV's on the road tearing along roads where the speed limit is 20 and 30mph is not on when you are on a bike you are vulnerable enough. My route to and from work I only come across bollards part way down York Road after the Shell Petrol Station they then stop at the traffic ATS you are then vulnerable again, however cyclists do have use of the bus lane but even then you have to share this with vehicles/motorists that are tearing down Battersea Park Road SW11. I do not see any more bollards as I cycle up towards Chelsea Bridge until I pass the Royal Hospital Chelsea for the war pensioners. I am having to constantly navigate my way through motorists who also use the bus lane . The alternative route for me would be to travel along Battersea Park Road down onto Nine Elms where construction work is on going due to the Power Station regeneration and you are constantly having to navigate HGV's Builders lorries motorists either turning into the Power Station or tearing along Nine Elms trying to beat the Congestion Charge! If London is to become greener then you need to think about the safety of cyclists in all area and not just designated routes this includes widening bus lanes and putting in place plastic bollards or poles to protect us cyclists from Motorists. Please post this on your forum & lets see a change in all areas for the better, too many cyclist die on necessary on London's Roads when bollards can help safe a life!

BromptonRedBlackEdition21:) 5 months ago