Not happy with the ease that operators receive satellite office licences, even after impropriety has been proven?
Unhappy with senior TfL managers getting involved with the placement of new Taxi ranks?
Disgusted at with the way TfL treat your trade with bias. A trade with over 370 years of history and tradition?
Unhappy with the new system of licence renewals where drivers are placed in a position which sees them out of work for weeks and sometimes months on end?
Unhappy that a smartphone app has been given a PH operators licence, even though it is under investigation for illegal practises, while licensed Taxi drivers are refused temporary licences while waiting for renewals?
Not happy about the wholesale subcontracting out of licensing responsibility from TfL to private companies?
Are you extremely worried about TfL's attitude, regarding enforcement of PH's compliance to licensing terms and conditions?.....
We had a great set of questions as a comment on the previous post, regarding the sub-contracting out of work previously undertaken by LTPH staff. I will just reiterate:
Questions That Demand Answers
* Do LTPH have an audit and compliance manager.
* How are records kept and stored, securely ?
* Are they being monitered correctly.
* Are the existing and new telephone staff trained in data protection requirements and protocols ?
* Who in TFL checks what they are doing ?
Would you like a parliamentary review of the way TfL is run?
Here are the email addresses of the Transport Select Committee. Why not email them and ask for their help.
Transport Select Committee:
Louise Ellman (Chair) firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Champion email@example.com
Jim Dobbin firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Fitzpatrick email@example.com
Karen Lumley firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason McCartney email@example.com
Karl McCartney firstname.lastname@example.org
Adrian Sanders email@example.com
Chloe Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Graham Stringer email@example.com
Martin Vickers firstname.lastname@example.org
These members of the Transport Select Committee, are elected to serve their constituents as well as anyone who their government posts effect.
They are public servants and its their job to see that others within the transport industry (or the running of it) are doing their jobs correctly .
With thanks to Les Hoath.