Streetspace for London
We are working with your borough to widen pavements at town centres and transport hubs, create temporary cycle routes on our transport network and create low traffic neighbourhoods.
Latest changes to travel
Here are some changes to your travel around London you should know about including:
- Changes to fares on public transport
- The extended times and increased charge of the Congestion Charging Zone. Find out more about the Congestion Charge reimbursement scheme on the Your borough page
- Updates on assistance for customers with accessibility needs
- Opportunity to try out the online Cycle Skills course
Funding for your borough
We provide funding to boroughs and local communities for transport improvements in your local area.
Local Implementation Plan (LIP)
As part of our recent funding settlement, we have allocated a total of £23.1m for LIP Corridor funding across London for the period of 31 October 2020 to 31 March 2021. The amount apportioned to your borough is outlined in the latest LIP allocation letter below.
Local Implementation Plan (LIP) allocation 2020/21
Local Implementation Plan (LIP) allocation 2019/20
Local Implementation Plan (LIP) confirmation letter 2017/18 - Borough Leader
Local Implementation Plan (LIP) confirmation letter 2016/17
Local Implementation Plan (LIP) delivery plan letter
Public Transport Access Levels - Havering
LIP targets for Havering
Each borough has set targets in their LIP against the Mayor's Transport Strategy outcomes - we track and report on progress against these targets in the LIP3 MTS outcomes borough data pack.
For example, the car ownership in the borough was 124,275 in 2019. The LIP target to reduce car ownership by 2041 is 97,400.
We also work with boroughs to encourage more cycling. We recorded 5,707 daily cycle trips on average starting in Havering between 2015 and 2018.
We are working with boroughs to reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries from all road collisions to zero by 2041. They are responsible for enforcing safe speeds on their roads, as well as leading community programmes to encourage using roads safely. Find out more about Vision Zero.
In 2019 there were 91 individuals killed or seriously injured in Havering. Our target for 2022 is to reduce this number to 44.
Our collision database, COLLSTATS, is now available as a self-service tool for borough officers and the Metropolitan Police. It allows site specific, borough or London wide collision searches to be made to the most recent validated police data that is available. For access to this database please email CollstatsHelpdesk@tfl.gov.uk.
Helping your community
The Vision Zero dashboard enables organisations and members of the public to more easily access and interpret collision data. In sharing collision data in this way, organisations can better identify the road danger challenges specific to their respective sectors and communities, and work together with us, London's boroughs and other agencies to tackle them.
The dashboard currently comprises collision data from 2017-2019 and in will soon include future years' data and further analysis capability, for example casualty rates by kilometre travelled.
What we're working on in Havering
We consult local communities on a range of projects every year - search on the TfL Consultation Hub
Find out about major works and events near you
- See some ongoing TfL improvements and projects in or near Havering
Work now going on in your borough includes:
- Beam Parkway - working with the borough, we're part funding a scheme that includes new segregated cycle lanes, more crossing points and improved public spaces along the A1306 New Road in Rainham. This will support the new Beam Park rail station and recently approved housing zone
- Romford town centre - we're investing £5.7m as part of Liveable Neighbourhoods to help the council make the busy ring road easier to cross. Existing subways will be replaced by pedestrian and cycle crossings at street level, and a new bus lane and public spaces added
- A12 Gubbins Lane - we're developing a scheme with the borough to improve pedestrian and cycling crossings
Bus network changes
From time to time - after consulting the public - we alter bus routes to reflect changing patterns in demand. We also make temporary changes, often because of road works. See the latest bus changes.
Our assets in Havering
Assets we maintain in your borough include:
- Four Tube stations
- Three Elizabeth line stations
- Three London Overground stations
- Around 870 bus stops - see all 36 day bus routes in Havering
- Around 145 traffic signals
- Over 21 kilometres of red routes
We maintain our assets until they need to be renewed or disposed of as set out in our asset management plan. We do this by:
- Servicing them regularly to keep them operational
- Repairing or replacing faulty assets
Report a problem on a London street with our Streetcare tool.
We do not maintain in Havering:
- Non-red route roads - these roads are maintained by Havering
- Litter removal on red routes - this is also the borough's responsibility
- Network Rail track at London Overground stations - contact Network Rail
- Taxis and mini cabs - these are owned by taxi drivers and minicab offices
- Two bus garages in Havering that are owned and managed by bus companies
- Taxi ranks on borough roads. Cars and other vehicles parked on taxi ranks can be reported to Havering
Dealing with severe weather
For documents relating to winter service in the boroughs, go to the Streets publications page.