Another Two Healthy 6-rider Rides for Week 4 of the “Tiny” rides
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Strong support from the headteacher of Charter ED school for the recent changes to make Melbourne Grove safer. @mcash @vicky_olisa @SuecharlieSmith @CatherineRose6 @Radha_Burgess @helenhayes_ @SEMags_ADulwich #edulwichcommunity https://twitter.com/alex_crossman/status/1306122168762273792
Thanks to @lb_southwark for the traffic calming measures on Melbourne Grove. The journey to The Charter School East Dulwich is already much safer for our young people. #saferstreets
Great to see evidence of support for #LowTrafficNeighbourhoods. 51% of Londoners surveyed by @TfL agree with the implementation of LTNs in their local areas during the Covid-19 crisis whilst social distancing is required, with 51% agreeing with them longer term...#Streetspace https://twitter.com/BBCTomEdwards/status/1306643636583624705
NEW: Tfl polling says 51% support their local Low Traffic Neighbourhood. 16% against. 2
Like many places across London, Kennington Park Road's bus lane signs have just been changed and they are now operating 24/7. In the evening rush hour they appeared to be supporting swift movements for buses and safe space for people cycling2
Yes - road safety is (or should be) a crucial part of these schemes. Any reduction in traffic will reduce risk to vulnerable road users. #RoadSafety #VisionZero #TrafficReduction https://twitter.com/quickerbybike/status/1306510559328821250
A child is killed by a driver every week in the uk.
It's usually when they are walking to school.
This is the context for debates about #LowTrafficNeighbourhood
and #schoolstreets schemes.
This evening a car performed a dangerous fast manoeuvre to get through this gap #LTN
If I had been alone I would’ve walked across the road & not known that I was in danger as I can’t see the missing bollard.
These actions of vandalism put pedestrians like me at risk.