FOI request detail

GoSutton Bus

Request ID: FOI-3765-1920
Date published: 03 April 2020

You asked

Please state how many times between May 2019 and 26th February 2020 (a) Paul Scully MP, (b) Councillor Elliot Colburn from the London Borough of Sutton, (c) Councillor Tim Crowley from the London Borough of Sutton, (d) Councillor Neil Garratt from the London Borough of Sutton and (e) the London Assembly Member Steve O’Connell, have contacted or met with the Commissioner of TfL, or any senior officer of TfL,(director of above) or anyone from TfL’s members correspondence section or community liaison department, relating to the issue of the GoSutton bus. Can all such correspondence since May 2019 from the individuals named in A to E with TfL’s Commissioner, any senior officer of TfL (director or above), or anyone from TfL’s members correspondence section or community liaison department, relating to the issue of the GoSutton bus please be published

We answered

Our Ref:         FOI-3765-1920

Thank you for your request asking for information about the GoSutton bus service.

Your request has been considered in accordance with the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act and our information access policy. I can confirm we hold some of the information you require.

We have not received any correspondence regarding the Go Sutton bus from Councillor Elliot Colburn, Paul Scully MP, Councillor Tim Crowley, Councillor Neil Garratt, or Steve O’Connell during the requested time period. Neither have any of the aforementioned had any meetings with TfL staff regarding the Go Sutton bus within the last six months.

There has been one phone conversations between our Stakeholder Engagement team with each office of Councillor Colburn, Paul Scully, and Steve O’Connell during this time.

If this is not the information you are looking for please feel free to contact me.

Please note the Government has announced a series of measures to tackle the coronavirus. It is essential for London, and in particular for all critical workers, that we continue to provide a safe transport network that enables them to make the journeys they need to.

In current circumstances, we are not able to answer FOI requests readily and we ask that you please do not make a request to us at present.

Answering FOI requests will require the use of limited resources and the attention of staff who could be supporting other essential activity. In any event, please note that our response time will be affected by the current situation.

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Yours sincerely

Gemma Jacob
Senior FOI Case Officer
FOI Case Management Team
General Counsel
Transport for London

[email protected]

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