We want to hear your views, ideas and suggestions, including the problems you and your communities may face. These teams will be happy to help you:
David McNeill is Director of Public Affairs and Stakeholder Engagement.
David is responsible for the overall management of our relationships with UK and London political representatives, organisations and business.
Tom Flude is Head of Government Relations.
The Government Relations team looks after our relationships with Government departments, Ministers, MPs, Peers and London Assembly Members.
Contact the team: MembersCorrespondence@tfl.gov.uk.
Lauren Preteceille is the interim Head of Campaigns, Communications and Engagement.
The Campaigns, Communications and Engagement team looks after our relationships with a wide range of stakeholders that speak for our customers and users. This includes business, industry bodies, passenger representatives, statutory watchdogs, consumer groups, think tanks and organisations representing London's diverse communities; including older and disabled people, young people, parents, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT+).
We know transport is a priority for businesses and we are dedicated to supporting your business, large or small. That means helping your customers to reach you, getting your staff to and from work and your goods and services delivered on time across the Capital.
We receive a large number of requests to support charities. As a not-for-profit organisation and statutory body, we need to consider a number of legal, operational and budgetary constraints when reviewing requests from charities. Find out more about our work with charities.
In most cases, we'll only be able to meet requests that can help us to carry out our function of providing transport in London. We are not able to agree to most requests.
To ensure a fair and consistent approach to how we consider these requests, we have created charity request guidance.
Email us at StakeholderEngagement@tfl.gov.uk.
Older and disabled people's organisations, equality groups and anyone interested in the accessibility of the transport network can contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.