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Brownhill Road/Torridon Road junction

Questions to the Mayor of London – answered on 16th March 2020.

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Photo of Caroline Pidgeon Caroline Pidgeon Liberal Democrat

Does TfL have any plans to make this junction fully accessible for pedestrians with pedestrian controlled lights on each of the four sides of this junction?

Photo of Sadiq Khan Sadiq Khan Mayor of London

Transport for London (TfL) has plans to improve the junction between Brownhill Road and Torridon Road. Design work on a new pedestrian crossing at this junction is almost complete and there will be engagement with local people in the coming months, ahead of construction starting later this year.

TfL’s plans include pedestrian-controlled lights on three of the four arms of this junction. Pedestrian signals will not be installed on the fourth arm of the junction due to the risks posed to pedestrians by vehicles accessing a driveway in that location.

These improvements will make it safer for people to cross this busy junction to access bus stops on the A205 either side of Torridon Road, local shops, and other amenities.