TfL’s decision to delay the purchase of extra Jubilee line trains – widely seen as essential if large-scale development is to take place at Canada Water – is to be scrutinised by the London Assembly’s transport committee next week.
10 additional trains on the Jubilee line would allow for a 36 trains-per-hour service.
Val Shawcross (deputy mayor for transport) and David Hughes (London Underground) will face questions from AMs on Wednesday 8 November at 10am. The meeting will be streamed live at www.youtube.com/londonassembly
Val Shawcross is a former London Assembly member for Lambeth & Southwark and a past chair of City Hall’s transport committee.