Friday, June 30, 2017

TfL Signal Safety Improvements at Charlie Brown’s Roundabout

It’s been a long time coming and there have been a couple of false starts but we now have a cunning plan to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists at this pretty dangerous roundabout.

Here’s a picture of the plan.

We are proposing improvements for pedestrians and cyclists by providing signalised shared ‘Toucan’ crossings for pedestrians and cyclists on all four arms of Charlie Brown’s Roundabout. Presently there are no signalised crossings at the roundabout. Pedestrians and cyclists using the existing un-signalised informal crossing points need to wait for a safe gap in the traffic to cross, which can be difficult at times and make them feel unsafe.
The full details are on the TfL website here.

The consultation runs from today 30 June until Friday 4 August.

I’ve just completed it with the comment “Do it!”.

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