Lack of Government funding forces TfL to plan for managed decline

London United BYD Alexander Dennis BCE 47032 (LE21 FRX), a recent zero emission delivery. The rollout of zero emission buses across London could be in jeopardy, however. MARK LYONS 

A nightmare scenario of huge cuts to bus services has been presented to Transport for London’s (TfL) finance committee because the authority has discovered a £1.9bn funding gap. It says that unless the government guarantees cash to maintain the UK capital’s transport network beyond April 2023, it will have to introduce a strategy of 'managed decline.' 


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