Pedestrians stranded at a floating bus stop on Trafalgar Road beside an empty cycle lane
Decision on statutory order for the new LTN deferred following RBG Scrutiny Panel hearing
The Council has stepped back from an advertised 12 December decision on the new LTN following a Scrutiny Panel meeting to interrogate progress on the borough's 'Transport Strategy'. The decision is now delayed until well into 2024. Panel members heard local representations on the Commonplace 'consultation' and on the negative emergency services responses to the LTN' Read more ...
Overwhelming opposition to September's online consultation
Up to 83% of respondents objected to options for the new scheme - designed to force walking, wheeling and cycling on dangerously steep gradients. Greenwich's attempts to diffuse opposition do not add up.
Boundary road system reduces life chances of low income families
The LTN method of forcing ALL vehicles around the boundary has toxic and unfair consequences for those taking traffic from affluent 'protected' areas. Experts say the worst pollution in the borough is on the boundaries to the scheme.
RBG fails to support pedestrians at Blackheath Hill junction accident black spot
Greenwich council failed to take part in a consultation on proposals to improve pedestrian safety at the dangerous Lewisham Road/Blackheath Hill junction. TfL's plan, welcome for pedestrians, also jeopardises RBG's planned LTN measures in West Greenwich.