Sadiq Khan will face questions on his first budget as London Mayor today.
Mr Khan will be asked whether cutting funding for police officers could put Londoners at risk.
Members of the London Assembly will also question the mayor on how TfL could save eight hundred million pounds each year.
The Transport Secretary is calling for driver's union Aslef to stop next week's strike after the Office of Rail and Road confirmed Southern Railway's plans for driver-controlled trains are safe.
Unions have been taking strike action over plans to introduce trains where the driver controls the operation of the doors, which the unions claim is unsafe.
On the day rail fares went up again London's Mayor repeated his call for control of three franchises to be given to Transport for London.Read the full story ›
Mayor Sadiq Khan has wished Londoners a Happy New Year and says he hopes to build on his successes in 2016.
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Mayor Sadiq Khan has appointed a team of experts, including Lord Mandelson, to advise him on issues facing London in the run up to Brexit.Read the full story ›
The RMT's Mick Cash denied transport strikes were part of a coordinated effort to bring down the Tory government.Read the full story ›