Sunday 29 July 2012 1.27am
I think Bermondsey street is getting more and more dangerous for pedestrians. It is an accident waiting to happen. The cars and lorries drive ever quicker, while the footfall has increased considerably
How realistic is it to create a couple of strategically positioned traffic-calming measures? It is a very inviting one-way street for drivers to whizz down, but is so narrow in places, particularly when lorries are loading - pushing traffic to within inches of pedestrians.
A long time ago I think there was some kind of expensive consultation which was intended to end in traffic calming measures - but nothing ever happened?
Does anyone else agree that something needs to be done?
I have contacted local councillors such as Denise Capstick
on this, who were polite, and said they'd look into it, and never did. (Or at least never got back to me).