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Tram safety petition & my four-point plan for Croydon's commuters

Dear friend,

Alongside the families of the victims of the Croydon tram crash, I have launched a petition to change the law to make our trams safe. Over 3,000 people signed the petition in its first week, and it would mean a lot if you could add your name.

Three years after the tram crash, the families are still waiting for justice. The news that no individual or organisation would be charged over the crash exposed a massive gap the law: there is no specific safety legislation relating to trams, meaning offences such as death by dangerous driving do not exist on tramways. 

If I'm re-elected as your MP on 12th December, it will be one of my top priorities to take this petition to Parliament and Downing Street to push for urgent action and ensure a tragedy like the Croydon tram crash never happens again. 

Click here to sign the petition
Improving tram safety is just one part of my four-point plan to save commuters time and money, and make our transport safe for all.

Croydon commuters deserve better. If re-elected I will keep fighting for:
  1. New laws to make our trams safe
    I’ve been the leading campaigner in Parliament for tram safety improvements. I successfully pushed for £100m for a new national tram safety body, hounding government and TfL to take action. I will continue the fight for justice.
     
  2. Making Croydon Zone 4 
    Rezoning Croydon’s stations would save hundreds of pounds for commuters and boost Croydon’s economy. Businesses, the council, Westfield, and even the local Tories support this proposal. You can find out more and sign my petition here.
     
  3. Re-nationalising our railways 
    Last year, Croydon’s commuters went through hell at the hands of Southern Rail. Government contracts with rail companies favour profit, not passengers. Labour would renationalise the railways to improve our services and make them better value for money. 
     
  4. Extra tracks to solve the Croydon bottleneck
    More people travel through East Croydon than Paddington, Euston and Kings Cross combined. The train line is under strain and congestion causes frequent delays. I am campaigning for extra tracks to be built and East Croydon Station to be redeveloped.
 
Can I count on your support?

YES, YOU CAN COUNT ON MY SUPPORT


NO, I'LL BE VOTING CONSERVATIVE


NO, I'LL BE VOTING LIB DEM

I'M STILL UNSURE

NO, I'LL BE VOTING FOR ANOTHER PARTY

Would you like to help campaign for real change for Croydon's commuters? Click here to get involved.
Best wishes,


Sarah Jones
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