Stephen Greenhalgh: "I will cut TfL ticket prices by 3%"

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Stephen Greenhalgh: "I will cut TfL ticket prices by 3%"

Mayoral hopeful and Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Stephen Greenhalgh said if he becomes Mayor Londoners will see the cost of thier commute go down. 

He says fares will be cut by 3 per cent, in his plan to treat TfL with a stronger business-like focus.

The hustings debate was chaired by the Evening Standard’s Editor, Sarah Sands, held at the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington. 

The London Mayoral candidates that took part were; Zac Goldsmith the Conservative MP for Richmond Park, Stephen Greenhalgh the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Syed Kamall the Conservative member of the European Parliament for London, and Andrew Boff, a London Assembly Member.

To see profiles on each of the Conservative Mayoral candidates and their priorities for the capital, see here. 


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