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In this session, we will hear from Alex Williams, Director of City Planning at Transport for London, on the need to keep people moving during lockdowns and what increased social distancing will mean for TfL’s plans for the future.

Alex Williams is the Director of City Planning at Transport for London

His responsibilities are:

  • Working with the Mayor to develop/deliver his Transport Strategy for London
  • Develop and gain powers for major infrastructure projects such as tube extensions/new river crossings
  • Provide transport advice on Land Use Planning applications referable to the Mayor; Manage relationship with London Boroughs
  • Ensure our work is underpinned by a robust evidence base through modelling and analysis

Alex was formally appointed to the post in April 2017 having held it on an interim basis since April 2016.  Before that he was Director of Borough Planning (from 2007). Prior to TfL he worked in the London Borough of Camden and London Borough of Ealing.

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