The son of bus driver who died after testing positive for coronavirus said his dad was worried about protection for drivers.
Nadir Nur, 48, was described by his family as a "dedicated, hardworking" father who took his duty as an essential worker seriously.
But his son, Yusuf Nur, said he felt he was at high risk of being exposed to the virus.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan was today under growing pressure to give bus and Tube drivers masks and gloves following the deaths of 14 transport workers.
Union leaders have criticised Transport for London for failing to provide Personal Protective Equipment at bus garages and Underground depots.
Nine bus workers, including drivers have died after testing positive for coronavirus. The other victims include three London Underground workers and an employee at TfL headquarters in Southwark.