Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Gyratory Consultation Report published / Tavistock Trial Divides

The report, published today, reflects the work and views of the local group, noting that we seek a pedestrian led design process, rather than a focus on (traffic) junctions, (traffic) journey times and (traffic) congestion. 

Rather, we would like to focus on designing a more liveable and walkable environment with (measurable) improved air quality. The published research report shows that the majority of respondents wish to reduce (motorised) traffic in order to improve the environment. 

The next step will be to make this happen - to date (motor vehicular) traffic reduction has never been quantified, nor has an acceptable measurable air quality target been promised. 

The consultation report is available online at: consultations.tfl.gov.uk/roads/kings-cross-gyratory


In Bloomsbury, south of King's Cross, a consultation about continuing the excellent cycle scheme 'trial' has locals somewhat divided:


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