This week Boris Johnson launched a consultation on the western extension of the congestion charge, saying that he would show 'the utmost respect for the opinions of Londoners.'
But with signs today that he will ignore the result of a separate consultation on the Cross River Tram, just how much respect does Boris really have for the views of you and me?
Of course Boris had already hinted that there will be some "tough choices" about previously planned transport projects.
He has also promised to make "big efficiencies" at TfL.
But at today's Budget and Performance Committee, Boris made it pretty clear which project would be the most likely to go.
Speaking in response to a question from Brian Coleman, Boris admitted that:
"I am not intending to spend a lot more money on the Cross River Tram."
The project which has already been approved by a public consultation, would serve some of the busiest and most deprived parts of London (see image above).
But if Boris is unwilling to respect the opinions of these Londoners, why exactly should we expect him to respect the opinions of Londoners further West?