Comments 1. We ask the London Assembly to remind the TfL Better Junctions Review to continue and intensify building into their proposals, elements that protect and facilitate pedestrians (and not just cyclists and drivers). The Better Junctions Review arose because of a recognition that junctions are especially dangerous locations, as measured by KSIs, and so … Continue reading Submission to London Assembly Transport Committee from Wandsworth Living Streets
Wandsworth Council is currently considering its strategy for introducing 20mph speed limits and has suggested that this will only happen if streets or groups of streets can organise themselves to petition the Council - a continuation of the current (expensive) piecemeal approach, in other words. This risks exacerbating the divide between those in more affluent … Continue reading Traffic speed, public health and Wandsworth
Cllr Russell King spoke at a meeting organised by Wandsworth Living Streets (WLS) on 17 July. His talk covered in detail a wide range of issues of concern to Wandsworth residents The meeting was well attended and, with the vigorous Q and A following his talk, lasted well over two hours. WLS was also happy … Continue reading What Wandsworth Council is doing for Pedestrians
Wandsworth Living Streets has long advocated for a new pedestrian crossing at the Brighton Yard entrance to Clapham Junction Station. Watch the video below and tell us what you think: Do you support the proposal ? Let us know in the comments below.
On Wednesday, 4 July, the Finance and Corporate Resources Overview & Scrutiny Committee of Wandsworth Council voted by 7 votes to 3 to end Council funding for all School Crossing Patrols from the start of the school term in January 2013. One Conservative Councillor noted wryly that, with this decision (to be confirmed by the … Continue reading Wandsworth Council ends funding for School Crossing Patrollers (‘lollipop’ men and women) from January 2013
Problems at Queenstown Road Roundabout So, what’s the problem? Pedestrians are used to occasional rogue cyclists mounting the pavement. As the number of cyclists in London rises – itself one of the most significant modal shifts away from reliance on the private car for short journeys -- so there are more and more incidents where … Continue reading Cycle Super Highway mounts the pavement
London has always been a centre of innovation, problem-solving and creative thought - and if you're interested in making our city more liveable, the Movement for Liveable London's monthly 'Street Talks' have become essential listening in recent months. Described perhaps somewhat unkindly as a 'drink tank' - meetings normally take place on the first Tuesday … Continue reading Sustaining suburbia – transport solutions for outer London