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Tag Archives: Gyratory
Consultation Drop-in by TFL on proposal for junction changes Pentonville Road / Kings Cross Road Wed. 19/4/22, 3 pm to 8 pm
TFL is holding a consultation afternoon on Wednesday the 19th of April 2022 between 15.00 and 20.00 (drop-in) at Jean Stokes Community Centre, Carnoustie Drive N1 0DX. It refers to the junction Kings Cross Road – Pentonville Road – Northdown … Continue reading
Yes! It’s all gone 20 miles at Kings Cross!
Kings Cross has become safer overnight.
We will leave any comment for now, and just like to say thank you, for listening to the community in the end. Continue reading
Posted in Achievements, Bad Gyrations KX Campaign, Road Safety in Kings Cross, Transport Tagged 20 miles, Cycling, Cycling at Kings Cross, Gyratory, Kings Cross, Kings Cross Gyratory, Lower Speeds, Mayor of London, Road safety, Sadiq Khan, Safer roads, speeding, Speeding in London, TfL, Transport for London, Twenty Miles 2 Comments
New Consultation Launched for part of Kings Cross
There is a new consultation on a section of the Kings Cross Gyratory running, and TFL is asking for residents’ and through-travelers’ feedback. “There have been plans to make significant improvements to the area around Kings Cross and the gyratory … Continue reading
TFL’s and Mayor’s repeated empty promises on KX-Gyratory!
TFL keeps promising changes at Kings Cross but fails to deliver. Continue reading
The Wait continues for Changes to the Kings Cross Gyratory
TFL says it needs more time and more consultations on Kings Cross. It is not an unknown. In fact, most people in London will recognize Kings Cross as a manic place for traffic, pedestrians and cyclists. We at Kings Cross … Continue reading
Posted in Bad Gyrations KX Campaign, Gyratory consultation 2016, Kings Cross Station Refurbishment, New Tagged Acton Street, Caldeonian Street, cycling in London, Gyratory, gyratory system, King's Cross Road, Kings Cross, Pedestrian crossings, Pentonville Road, Peton Rise, Rodney Street, Sadiq Khan, Swinton Street, TfL, traffic calming, Traffic Flow, Traffic lights, Transport for London, Urban centre 4 Comments
Kings Cross remains a Race Track against promises to change it!
We are not willing to continue to take the pollution by cars that are forced through our streets, nor do we wish to accept their noise nor the dangers posed by continuously speeding vehicles.
Good that I have an email from Sadiq Khan, where his assistant promised to look into the traffic at King’s Cross, before he got elected on 11/3/16:
Posted in Bad Gyrations KX Campaign, Gyratory consultation 2016, New, Transport, Travel Tagged Acton Street, Caledonian Road, consultations, Gyratory, King's Cross Road, Kings Cross, rat runs, Sadiq Khan, short cuts, speeding, Speeding in London, Swinton Street, traffic accidents, traffic calming 4 Comments
King’s Cross road system – Two way is radical, what we need is a total transformation
We asked for ideas, suggestions and proposals to contribute to developing the initial design being consulted on by Transport for London (TfL). Here we reproduce Tom Harrison’s proposal. For over thirty years local residents here have campaigned for removal of … Continue reading
Gyratory and public realm consultation – you write. Britannia Street and Wicklow Street triangle
If you’d like to share your thoughts about the Transport for London consultation ending 20 March 2016 we’ll carry contributions here. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The first contribution comes from Leah who lives with her daughter in the Britannia and … Continue reading