We have big ambitions for improving transport in the sub-region but they require building strong and lasting relationships national and local organisations and working together to build business cases and find the funding for the investment the sub-region needs.


  1. Transport for London who run London’s bus network, London Underground, London Overground and Tramlink as well as key roads in the sub-region such as the South Circular, the A3, the A232 and the A23.
  2. Network Rail who run the track linking South London’s national rail services into central London and out into the greater South East
  3. The Train Operating Companies (TOCs) serving South London: First Group and MTR who from August will be running South West Trains and Govia who run Southern Rail and Thameslink
  4. Highways England who manage the M25, M23 and M3 all of which are crucial to our residents and businesses
  5. Transport for South East which brings together local authorities from Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire where many of our residents and businesses travel to and from and who we will work closely with on shared issues such as the M3 Corridor, Brighton Mainline and access to our airports.