Have your say on consultation proposals to improve the A10 High Road in Bruce Grove town centre.
Transport for London (TfL) are working closing with us, Haringey Council, to develop proposals that would improve road safety and pedestrian facilities on the section of the A10 High Road from the junction with Forster Road to the junction with Bruce Grove.
TfL would like your views on these proposals. The consultation is now open (external link) and runs until 7 December 2016.
The proposals are designed to improve road safety, improve conditions for pedestrians with more space for walking, and create a better town centre environment.
The proposed changes are summarised below:
- Improvements to pedestrian facilities and the town centre environment
- Widening pavements and shortening crossing distances to improve pedestrian safety and comfort at the junction with Bruce Grove, and repaving footways along the High Road from building line to kerb with high-quality materials
- Introducing new advanced stop lines at all signalised junctions so cyclists can wait ahead of other traffic
- Relocating the signalised pedestrian crossing north of junction with St Loy’s Road to a more central location closer to Holcombe Road Market (opposite Lloyds Pharmacy) and widening footways to improve safety and convenience for pedestrians. In addition, an unsignalised crossing would be located where the existing signalised crossing is, just north of the junction with St Loy’s Road
- Merging bus stops for northbound bus services near Bruce Grove Station and reviewing the orientation of bus shelters to ensure efficient use of space for bus passengers and pedestrians
If these proposals are approved work could commence in early 2017.
How to comment on this consultation
To find out more and let us know what you think complete the survey on TfL’s website (external link).
If you do not have access to the internet, please write to us at: FREEPOST TFL CONSULTATIONS.
Please give us your views by Wednesday 7 December 2016.