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London Transit is defined by its vision, which is:
"To be the valued and trusted mobility choice for Londoners."
The vision and five linked strategic priorities are designed to transcend time, linking successive Business Plans. The five strategic priorities are:
London Transit's History
Public transit services commenced in London on May 24, 1875 when excited Londoners, celebrating the holiday proclaimed for Queen Victoria's birthday clambered aboard horse drawn cars for the ride along Dundas Street between Ridout and Adelaide. Later that year, service commenced on Richmond Street between Dundas and Oxford streets.
Public transit began as a convenient alternative to walking and has developed into a vital service supporting sustainability for progressive, modern cities. Today, the London Transit Commission oversees the operation, repair, control and management of the local transportation system of the municipality on behalf of the City of London. This includes conventional and specialized transit.
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