Save staff on London Transport
- Close all ticket offices on London Underground
- Cut other tube staff
- Remove guards from London Overground trains
There could also be cuts to tube maintenance and he even supports driverless trains. The Mayor wants an automated London transport system with fewer staff around to help us passengers.
Surveys consistently show that passengers want to see staff on their tubes, trains and stations. This is particularly true for passengers with mobility, access and personal safety and security needs, like disabled passengers, women and older people.
Despite fares rising, Boris Johnson wants to close ticket offices, cut other tube staff and remove guards from London Overground trains, hurting you the passenger and customer.
Help us fight these proposals.
You can email Boris Johnson and Peter Hendy from Transport for London using the link on Action fo Rail website and let them know that you want staff on London transport. http://campaign.actionforrail.org/page/speakout/save-staff-on-london-transport
And show your support by joining us on Wednesday 23 October at the following London Underground stations:
- Oxford Circus – 8am and 2pm
- Baker Street – 8am
- Tottenham Court Road – 8am
- Leytonstone – 8am
- Euston – 12noon
- Finsbury Park – 5pm
- Stratford – 8am
- Elephant and Castle – 8am
- Wembley Park – 3pm
- Morden – 9am
- Liverpool Street – 8am
- Kings Cross -12pm
– See more at: http://actionforrail.org/save-staff-on-london-transport/#sthash.cpLTh4Eg.dpuf