LondonUnlocked has always sought to spur a debate about the future of London transport.
We have advocated for new modes of transport being introduced around the capital. Cable cars. More trams. Driverless cars. Greater airport capacity. Increased river use.
Some of these schemes have been adopted. Some have failed. And some still haven't made it to the drawing board.
But the challenge of moving people around London - a growing, vibrant, diverse and space-constrained city - will never go away.
The recent mayoral election saw little to excite Londoners from either of the major candidates on the transport front. Minute improvements will not shift the dial for a city heading towards an imminent capacity crisis on so many fronts.
We shall continue to observe developments and hope that the new Mayor is bold on this front. Transport is not just about getting people from A to B. It can also excite people and heighten their interest in the environment about them, change the social dynamics of an area, and bring people together.
We look forward to seeing how things develop and hope to be back soon.