Andrew Adonis

Andrew Adonis was Head of the Number 10 Policy Unit under Tony Blair.

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My vision for London in 2030

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Lord Adonis quizzes passengers after boarding the N29 night bus

Andrew Adonis - the world was his Oyster card: Peer’s week on the night buses

Andrew Adonis explains what he learned when he joined nocturnal workers for their commute to and from the most unsociable jobs in London

Bus diaries with Andrew Adonis - Day 5: You see London at work, and at play, on the night buses

Growth on these routes has been phenomenal

Andrew Adonis: London by bus - day four

To understand how London’s bus system works I’m undergoing a week of immersion: riding 50 routes in inner and outer London, including the most congested and popular

London by bus with Andrew Adonis - day three

 The new Routemaster looks very elegant on the outside, but that isn't much consolation to the cattle on bus 25

Andrew Adonis on the 453 at Regent Street

Andrew Adonis: London by bus - day two

I'm spending the week travelling round London by bus, and there's much more of a cross-section of life than on the Tube

Thomas Heatherwick’s new Routemaster.  It has the distinctive curves and elegance of the old Routemaster, but unfortunately reduces capacity while increasing costs, says Andrew Adonis.

Andrew Adonis: London by bus

To understand how London’s bus system works I’m undergoing a week of immersion: riding 50 routes in inner and outer London, including the most congested and popular

1 April 1997: Tony and Cherie Blair on the steps of his campaign bus in Northampton, the month before he is elected Prime Minister. Shortly after, the Labour leader sprung on to a raised platform to wow the assembled crowd.

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