In response to a request for feedback resulting from Car Free Day, which had taken place in September, the Chairman added that he felt the event had been a great success and hoped it would be repeated. The Director of the Built Environment confirmed that the event had been well-received and well-attended, despite bad weather, and advised that any reporting and statistics communicated by TfL could be passed on to Members. Open House weekend figures were slightly down, but this may have been caused by the greater diversity in activities available.
In light of the ULEZ scheme being in place for six months, a Member asked that data relating to the scheme be presented to the Sub-Committee where possible, and requested that officers also look into cycle cargo vehicles, particularly route monitoring and their traffic impact.
The Chairman thanked officers for their work done so far and noted the emerging pattern of topics, representing changes to the City of London which were a fantastic opportunity.