Each year, Camden Council holds a public meeting to discuss local transport issues in the borough. The meeting is attended by our partners at Transport for London (TfL) and local public transport providers (such as bus and rail operates), and it is an opportunity to discuss directly with them issues that relate to their operations.
The types of issues discussed include (but are not limited to), buses, tube, overground rail, cycle hire, traffic signals etc. This year the meeting will be held on June 25 from 7pm to 9:00pm in the Swiss Cottage Library, 88 Avenue Rd, NW3 3HA.
The meeting will be chaired by Councillor Phil Jones, Cabinet Member for Sustainability. The keynote speaker will be Professor John Parkin, who is a Professor of Transport at the South Bank University, specialising in transport engineering and planning, with a particular interest in cycling.
Representatives from the TfL family (including London Underground, London Overground and London Buses), local public transport operators and Camden Council transport planners will be at the meeting to answer your questions.
If you would like come to the meeting and raise an issue for discussion please contact LTLiaison@camden.gov.uk with your agenda item by Friday June 7, 2013.
Items for discussion need to be raised prior to the meeting. If a large number of requests are received there may not be time to include all items on the agenda, although all are welcome to attend the meeting. A final agenda will be sent to those requesting an agenda item.