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A reports shows the huge bill is "technically possible", but unprecedented in this country.
Transport bosses in have launched a bid to plug a £5.5m-a-year-black hole in London's flagship "Boris Bikes" scheme.
– Colin Stanbridge, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Government and the Airports Commission will note London businesses have clear preferences for Heathrow-focused solutions to the airport capacity issue.
While it is important that the role of the UK's hub airport is recognised, London Chamber believes that practical future proofing of the UK economy should see new runways built at both Heathrow and Gatwick, in a staggered approach.
Boris Johnson has suffered another blow in his ambition for a Thames estuary airport after leading London businesses backed new runways at Heathrow.
A ComRes poll for the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry reveals 54% of business leaders favour expansion at Heathrow over Gatwick.
– Richard Busby, sponsorshop consultant
I think that the nickname is good from the perspective of getting it well known, it's not a boring bike hire scheme, the downside is it's not using the name of the sponsor.
The London Assembly claims the shortfall from hire fees means Londoners are subsidising each bike ride at a cost of £1.36.
It's the official launch today of TfL's bid to plug a £5.5 million a year hole in Boris Bikes after Barclays walked away.
TfL opened the tender process claiming: "A number of globally renowned brands have already shown an interest."
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The case is now on hold after the cabbies trade union, the LTDA, began separate proceedings against a number of Uber drivers in the magistrates court.
Leon Daniels, a senior executive at TfL, said the LTDA's action meant the High Court would refuse to consider the case until the criminal proceedings ended.
"I regret therefore that the essential and binding clarity about how the law should be applied in these circumstances will not be delivered for some considerable time."
Steve McNamara, of the LTDA said his organisation had issued summons against six Uber drivers alleging use of a private hire vehicle equipped with a meter. He said:
"We have no confidence in TfL's legal team at all, therefore we've issued private prosecutions in the magistrate's court.
"The meter isssue is a criminal matter. Let the criminal courts decide. TfL's legal advice is wrong and they are an impotent regulator."