One-way Systems

Meeting: 
Plenary on 2006-12-06
Session date: 
December 6, 2006
Reference: 
2006/0414
Question By: 
Jenny Jones
Organisation: 
City Hall Greens
Asked Of: 
Peter Hendy (Commissioner, Transport for London)

Question

Of the 12 gyratories identified in the Mayor's answer to question 2121/2006, which have been subject to reports/consultations on the subject to two-way working, how many currently have project managers or teams taking forward proposals? Out of this list of a dozen gyratories which have been explored for two way working, how many are due to be started before 2010?

Answer

Answer for One-way Systems

Answer for One-way Systems

Answered By: 
Peter Hendy (Commissioner, Transport for London)

Peter Hendy (Commissioner, Transport for London)

For details see Appendix 1.  None of these yet have a confirmed start date either before or after 2010 as funding has not yet been confirmed.

The Shoreditch Triangle improvement scheme was completed in December 2002 and reintroduced two way operation to Great Eastern Street and Old Street. Shoreditch High Street (the remaining side of the `triangle') was made two way for buses only. The scheme provided enhanced facilities for buses, pedestrians and cyclists and significant public realm improvements including the creation of a new a new area of public space at Tabernacle Square, and has generally been well received by users.