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Tag Archives: TfL
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
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
Gyratory redesign consultation report due next month
Transport for London ran a major consultation in February this year to seek opinions on the broad principles they will use to redesign the current hated gyratory. They are aiming to publish the resulting consultation report, which should give us … Continue reading
Transport for London lets us down again. Will the new Mayor make a difference?
First the ‘good’ news: The Chancellor’s November statement included an annual £700 million cuts to Transport for London (TfL). I quivered with fear thinking, that’s the dangerous gyratory redesign gone. But no! The £700 million annual cut is to the … Continue reading
Cally Road two way working – teething problems and de-snagging
The return of the Cally Road to two way working has changed the traffic flows in Kings Cross at a time when they were changing anyway due to new development. The new Cally two-way was designed to be part of … Continue reading
Posted in Bad Gyrations KX Campaign, New Tagged Caledonian Road, cally road, gyratory system, TfL, Wharfdale Road, York Way 18 Comments
In the dark at York Way’s KX bus stop
At Transport for London and LB Camden’s all new improved King’s Cross Station York Way bus stop tonight passengers are still in the dark (see picture taken at 6.30pm, left). The bus stop should be lit making people waiting feel … Continue reading
London Assembly publishes report into cycle safety: Gearing Up
The Transport Committee of the London Assembly was tasked with investigating cycling in London at its meeting on 14 June 2012. The aim was threefold: to understand the issues facing current cyclists and the barriers to potential cyclists; to examine the plans proposed … Continue reading