Labour London Assembly Member Val Shawcross has raised concerns about Boris Johnson's 'Better Junctions' programme after her requests for an update on the project were ignored by the Mayor's office.
The programme was set up to assess 500 of the worst junctions in the capital, but that number was cut to 33. Ms Shawcross now fears that the number could be scaled back further due to the lack of information on the project.
She said: "It is staggering that Boris Johnson has adopted such a secretive, snail-pace approach to this problem, especially given the cyclists killed and injured which prompted this review. As we head into winter and road conditions become more dangerous for cyclists people will want to know what is taking the Mayor so long."
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London's Mayor Boris Johnson has said that airport screening for ebola was a "far from perfect solution" and predicted there would be a case of the disease in London.
He told BBC 1's Andrew Marr Show: "It's one of those cases where we are at risk of seeming to promise stuff that doesn't really make any sense. You can't blood test everybody coming into the country."
He added: "The idea of screening it at airports is far from perfect as a solution."
Mr Johnson said there had been "fantastic preparations" to deal with the disease but he expected there to be a case in London.
He said: "I have no doubt, I have little doubt that eventually there will be a case of Ebola in this country and probably in this city."
The Mayor's office has confirmed to ITV London that Boris Johnson has declined a challenge by paralympian Hannah Cockcroft to spend a day in a wheelchair using the tube network to get around.
The Mayor thanks Hannah for her passionate efforts to highlight the challenges wheelchair users face using public transport and will ask TfL to work with her to gain further understanding of the issues she raises.
He is very aware of the difficulties that are posed by our 150 year-old Tube network and that the picture for disabled people travelling in the capital is far from perfect.
London has one of the most accessible transport networks in the world, but delivering continued improvements is a key priority for the Mayor.
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