Transport for London have finally started working on the entry treatments to the Shaftesbury Park Estate that will make it a 20mph zone.
I’ve posted about this a few times before, but investigated a little further when asked by a resident recently if it was still happening.
The results of the council’s consultation on traffic control in the Stormont Road area (which in reality is most of the roads between Clapham Common and Lavender Hill) were considered by the council’s transport committee last night.
I wasn’t entirely positive about Transport for London the other day – although it was a little tongue-in-cheek – when I realised it would cost them more to process my ‘late’ bus fare than the bus fare I was paying.
I’m not being entirely fair here, but I want to have a rant (perhaps to vent some tension built up from the various exchanges I’m having with the PFRA).
I went along to the Thames Water “drop-in” for Eccles Road residents affected by the extensive sewer works last night. It was certainly a useful session to find out more about the project, if not useful in getting any commitment to compensation for residents affected by the disturbance.
As I posted via Posterous earlier, Boris Johnson came to Clapham Junction to formally announce the East London Line would be extended to SW11.