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TfL Consultation Report: Nine Elms Lane and Battersea Park Road

19 March 2018 0

Between 3 July 2017 and 20 August 2017, we consulted on proposals to transform the 2.5km stretch of road from the Vauxhall Gyratory, along Nine Elms Lane and Battersea Park Road to Macduff Road, connecting to Cycle Superhighway 8 (CS8). Proposals included:

  • New, wide footways
  • 23 new and improved signalised crossing points
  • A new cycle route on the south of the Thames from CS8 at Macduff Road to Vauxhall Gyratory, featuring:
  • ‘Stepped’ cycle tracks in both directions (see below) from Vauxhall Gyratory to the new Battersea Power Station London Underground entrance
  • Dedicated segregation and allocated time for cyclists at some junctions
  • Bus stop bypasses provided in some locations
  • Increase in bus lanes to provide reliable journey times to bus passengers
  • Improved junctions by upgrading signals at 5 junctions and providing 3 new signalised junctions
  • Improvements to the street environment, which would see high quality finishes, repaving and new trees planted where possible

The consultation asked for feedback on the proposals from residents, businesses, employers, transport users and other relevant stakeholders. We publicised the consultation using letters distributed across a wide area, targeted email campaigns and via local media.

Read more in Nine Elms Lane and Battersea Park Road Report

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