Transport for London (TfL) has launched a new online service that will allow pedestrians and travelers to report problems on the road network and at bus stops and shelters across London.
People will be able to inform TfL about problems related to roads and bus networks using a map and a form. The transport body will then investigate the submitted issues .
TfL will in turn send the submitted details to the relevant team, reports to be submitted include roadworks, potholes, damaged bus shelters and traffic lights.
The map will also allow users to see what action has been taken by authorities to fix the issue, when problems are due to be fixed or have been fixed.
This aims to give the general public a greater understanding of the work TfL is doing to fix London’s outdoor infrastructure and road network, making it easier for people to find out.
The TfL Street Care service can also be used to report a wide range of other issues on the road network, including graffiti and flyposting, problems with hoardings, scaffolding, mobile cranes, street lights and damaged trees.