Residents vote in favour of a 20 Mile Per Hour Zone in Neasden

Residents who responded to the consultation in the Neasden area have overwhelmingly supported the introduction of a 20 miles per hour zone in much of Neasden. A total of 475 questionnaires were returned, from which 68% supported the proposals, 25% did not support them and 7% indicated no opinion.

The implementation of the scheme will begin in September 2011, subject to making the necessary Traffic Orders.

Time for the excuses to stop – Boris Johnson needs to get a grip on the Jubilee Line

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New figures published by TfL (Transport for London) have shown a further decline in tube services under Boris Johnson with overall delays up by 16% across the underground network.

Dudden Hill residents mainly commute using Jubilee Line underground stations as this formerly well run service is the only tube line permanently stopping at Willesden Green, Dollis Hill and Neasden underground station.

The latest TfL figures show in the last year, from March 2010 to March 2011, show delays on the Jubilee Line Jubilee line are up 120%!!!!!

The figures come from TfL’s own website: LINK (click on the delays tab).

As tube delays have increased in the past year, Boris Johnson has made excuse after excuse. In February this year he blamed Transport for London (the organisation he chairs), in March he tried to blame it on strikes and then in April he even tried to shift the blame on to the statistics rather than accept responsibility.

Boris must be held accountable to the misery he has caused to tube passengers.