Notices & consultations
Taxi and Private Hire notices
Below is the latest consultation information.
City of London streets
The Corporation of London is making temporary changes to some streets in the City of London. Details of the changes and a survey you can complete to let the Corporation know what you think of these are available on their website.
Electric vehicle charging points
Stoke Newington Low Emissions Neighbourhood (LEN)
Hackney Council is interested in people's experience of walking, cycling and travelling along Stoke Newington Church Street and in the surrounding area. You can find out more about the project and how to leave a comment on the Stoke Newington LEN website.
Future of transport regulatory review: call for evidence on microbility vehicles, flexible bus services and mobility as a service
The Department for Transport (DfT) has launched a call for evidence asking for information and views on three areas of the 'Future of transport regulatory review'. The three areas are mobility vehicles, flexible bus services and mobility as a service. You have until Friday 3 July to respond.
Rapid charging bays
Westminster Council is consulting on proposals to install new rapid charging bays. You have until Wednesday 8 July to respond to the consultation.
Arundel Street, Surrey Street and Temple Place
Westminster Council is consulting on proposed changes in Arundel Street, Surrey Street and Temple Place. You have until Wednesday 22 July to review the proposed changes and comment on them.
Reducing carbon emissions in Islington
Islington Council is consulting on its draft plan to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2030. You have until 31 July to comment on the plan.
Croydon streetspace schemes
Croydon council is inviting comments on their Streetspace schemes and suggestions for new schemes. You have until Friday 31 July to send any comments to the council.
Draft Covid-19 Transport Recovery Plan
Brent Council is consulting on its draft Covid-19 Transport Recovery Plan. You have until Sunday 16 August to review and comment on the plan.
Harbut Road scheme
Wandsworth Council has implemented a new traffic scheme in Harbut Road. The scheme will operate on a trial basis for six months and you will have until Wednesday 9 September to comment on it.
Coronavirus: implications for transport
The UK Parliament Transport Committee is asking transport workers, stakeholders and members of the public to write to them about transport issues during the coronavirus outbreak. The impacts felt by the industry, workers and passengers will then be explored in a rolling programme of work to monitor the impact of coronavirus on UK transport, sector by sector. You have until Thursday 29 October to submit a response.
Proposed schemes in Camden
Camden Council has advertised a number of experimental traffic orders for schemes in the borough. Each order contains details of the proposals and how to comment on these.
Social distancing and Streetspace for London
Lambeth Council are seeking suggestions for changes to allow people to move safely around each borough.
Assessing the impact of Coronavirus emergency on businesses
Kensington and Chelsea Council is consulting on an experimental pedestrian and cycle scheme in Pavilion Road. You have until Sunday 29 November to comment on the scheme.
Experimental pedestrian and cycle zone in Portobello Road
Kensington and Chelsea Council is inviting comments on the experimental pedestrian and cycle zone in Portobello Road. You have until Saturday 12 December to comment on the changes.
Kensington and Chelsea Council is inviting comments on an experimental scheme in Basil Street. You have until Monday 15 March 2021 to comment on the scheme. The council is also consulting on a proposal to permanently close Basil Street at its junction with Sloane Street and you have until Friday 31 July to comment on this proposal.
Regulation of pedicabs in central London
If you think there should be greater regulation of pedicabs in central London, then you can express this by supporting the proposals set out in a new bill.
Find out more about other current TfL consultations.