Quote:We want to improve facilities for all road users and enhance the local environment for all those that live, work and travel through the area.
Luke wrote:I expect they need to prepare a few more glossy artists impressions to help with the sales pitch. The one Emma from TfL shared at Community Council on 1 February was beautifully manipulative showing the removal of the brand new dazzling ad hoardings... as if the beneficiaries of this ad income were likely to let that happen!TfL's consultation delayed, now starting 10th March
"Consultation is Forthcoming, Runs from 10 Mar 2014 to 28 Apr 2014"
jackie rokotnitz wrote:for some reason they're on the sharp end of the people who don't use them.
williamn wrote:jackie rokotnitz wrote:for some reason they're on the sharp end of the people who don't use them.
erm, plenty of people who DO use them also dislike them. Why would I want to walk in a dark pee-smelling subway when I could be above ground. Get rid of them or use as cycleways. The South roundabout is much improved since they went.
babybat wrote:Yesterday's announcement was nothing new as far as the Elephant is concerned - it's the list of other junctions to be tackled that's noteworthy.With the Mayor's announcement that he's funding the removal of gyratories including the Elephant and Castle, I would expect that the plans up for consultation next month will have to change dramatically.
babybat wrote:The latest proposals are to split the bus stops with Kennington-bound buses remaining opposite the Tabernacle and Camberwell-bound buses stopping round the corner in Walworth Road opposite Strata.it didn't look like there would be any improvement to the current congestion by the bus stops outside the shopping centre.
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