What is appealing about TfL as an organisation?

London transport organisation TfL has a better “staff first” ethos than any other major business in the UK, according to a new survey by jobs site Indeed. Generous holiday allowances and flexible working hours were among the factors that employees most valued at TfL.

What type of company is TfL?

Statutory corporation
Transport for London (TfL) is a local government body responsible for most of the transport network in London, England….Transport for London.

Abbreviation TfL
Type Statutory corporation
Legal status Executive agency within GLA
Purpose Transport authority
Headquarters 5 Endeavour Square London E20 1JN

Is TfL an organisation?

We are the local government organisation responsible for most aspects of London’s transport system. These pages detail how we are run, funded and governed, who we work with and our future plans.

Who regulates TfL?

the Mayor of London
TfL is a statutory body created by the Greater London Authority (GLA) Act 1999. This Act gives the Mayor of London a general duty to develop and apply policies to promote and encourage safe, integrated, efficient and economic transport facilities and services to, from and within London.

Is TfL a private company?

Transport for London (TfL) is a public transport agency of the directly elected London mayor’s office. The cost of running TfL’s buses, tube trains, the London Overground railway and trams is covered by a combination of ticket sales, business rates, advertising and congestion charges.

What are the TfL Behaviours?

They will include things such as Customer Focus, Collaboration, Communication and Influence. How you do things can be just as important as what you do – we call this behaviours. When we assess people for roles at TfL, we look at what they can do and also how they go about doing it.

What is the purpose of TfL?

Transport for London (TfL) was established in 2000 as the integrated body responsible for London’s transport system. TfL’s role is to implement the Mayor’s transport strategy and manage transport services across the capital, for which the Mayor has responsibility.

Is the Mayor in charge of TfL?

Sadiq Khan is the Mayor of London and has appointed himself as Chair of TfL.

Is TfL funded by government?

Short-term government funding to TfL. To date, the Government and the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan (in his capacity as chair of TfL), have agreed three extraordinary funding and financing agreements for TfL. The Government estimates that the cumulative cost of this assistance is more than £4 billion.

Is TfL publicly traded?

What is TfL assessment?

TFL Assessment Centre This is designed to test your people skills and how you work within a group. You will be required work within the team and process a lot of information given.

How long is the TfL assessment?

2 hours
The assessment is 2 hours long. You must be booked into an assessment to enter the building. Please show your booking confirmation letter upon arrival. You will need to bring a valid original passport to confirm your identity.

What is the role of Transport for London (TfL)?

The role of TfL is to implement the transport strategy and to manage transport services across London. TfL is controlled by a board whose members are appointed by the Mayor of London, a position currently held by Ken Livingstone, who also chairs the Board.

What is transtransport for London?

Transport for London was created in 2000 as part of the Greater London Authority by the Greater London Authority Act 1999. It gained most of its functions from its predecessor London Regional Transport in 2000.

What are the different modes of transport in London?

London Trams – responsible for managing London’s tram network, by sub-contracting to private sector operators. At present the only tram system is Tramlink in south London, but others are proposed. London Buses – responsible for managing the red bus network throughout London, largely by sub-contracting services to private sector bus operators.

What are transtransport models?

Transport models are tools which help to provide a robust and consistent evidence base for these assessments. This brochure describes the suite of strategic transport models owned, operated and made available by TfL Planning. London’s strategic transport models