Investment in Transport for London can be made through either of our two public market borrowing programmes:
Download documents related to the MTN and CP programmes.
We have a key role in shaping what life is like in London. We are committed to creating a fairer, greener, healthier and more prosperous city. The Mayor's Transport Strategy sets a target for 80 per cent of all journeys to be made on foot, by cycle or using public transport by 2041. By improving and expanding public transport, we can make people's lives easier and increase the appeal of sustainable travel.
We issued our debut sterling Green Bond in April 2015 to contribute to the financing of five eligible green project categories, as detailed in our 2015 Green Bond framework. DNV GL Business Assurance Services Limited (DNV GL) provided a second party opinion of the 2015 Green Bond framework, including an assessment of the alignment with the Green Bond principles and a review of the environmental benefits of the eligible green project categories.
We have since expanded on our 2015 Green Bond framework, publishing the new Green Bond framework in February 2020. This framework is in accordance with the ICMA Green Bond Principles 2018.
We engaged Sustainalytics to provide a Second Party Opinion on the new Green Bond framework to confirm its alignment with the ICMA Green Bond Principles 2018.
Any reports issued in relation to the 2020 Green Bond framework will be published here.
We publish a TfL Health, Safety and Environment report on an annual basis. We have also published a management assertion on the use of proceeds in relation to the TfL 2.125% Notes Due 24 April 2025. As of 31 March 2019 there have been no changes to the allocation of the proceeds from these Notes since 31 March 2016, as reported in the management assertion below.