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Radical changes proposed for Europe's busiest transport interchange at King's Cross

For over 30 years the local community at King’s Cross have been calling for removal of the notorious King’s Cross traffic gyratory system. The gyratory is dangerous, encourages poor driving habits, pushes traffic down small residential streets unsuitable for that amount and type of traffic, and blocks any improvement to what should be our shared public space. 1,742 more words

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Traffic light replacement at Christchurch Road Junction with Cotherstone Road

Works by Transport for London are due to start for three weeks to replace the traffic lights on Christchurch Road at the junction with Cotherstone Road.  124 more words

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Sadiq Refuses To Answer Fares Question Five Times

Guido was greatly amused watching Sadiq Khan lose it on Monday with a BBC London journalist over TFL’s factual statement that his transport proposals have a £1.9 billion funding black hole in them. 145 more words

Guido Fawkes

5,000 taxi drivers set to protest in London today over threats to passenger safety and deregulation

Unite Press Release

London taxi drivers fed up with the government’s ‘race to the bottom’ in deregulating the trade, with an adverse impact on passenger safety will be protesting in central London today (Wednesday 10 February). 472 more words

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Tulse Hill one-way system

Transport for London (TfL) has set aside £7m to spend on modernising Norwood Road in West Norwood and the one-way system ( or gyratory) at Tulse Hill over a period of 5 years. 132 more words

West Norwood

Route 108 set for bigger buses and switch to Olympic Park

Greenwich, Blackheath and Lewisham could soon have a direct bus link to the Olympic Park under plans revealed by Transport for London today.

The 108 service through the Blackwall Tunnel would have its route altered north of the river so it runs via… 331 more words

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Val Shawcross urges TfL to take action on dangerous junction

Local London Assembly Member Val Shawcross has urged Transport for London to take action over the dangerous junction at Brixton Hill with Acre Lane.

Val has received figures showing that from 2012-2014 there were 15 pedestrian casualties at the junction, more than other hotspots in the area. 256 more words

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