Millions of the capital’s residents and workers were thrown into disarray when the Tube was shut in the aftermath
of the terrorist attacks. Mobile phone operators including O2 were also forced to temporarily shut down their networks by the police when four bombs exploded in the capital, killing 52 people and injuring over 700.
It is believed that one area under examination is the use of road signs on major routes around London: on 7/7 these read ‘London Closed’. An assembly spokeswoman told PRWeek in a written statement: ‘The report will highlight impediments faced by passengers and the emergency services and will recommend improvements to comms as part of London’s major incident plan.’