Local residents complain that the Cycle Superhighway, CSR3, makes a very unwelcome entry into Narrow Street on its way from Barking to Tower Hill. At Westferry DLR, the route makes an unsafe turn into Narrow Street where it continues before exiting in a one-way system AGAINST the flow of traffic at Horseferry Road. Narrow Street is narrow - the clue is in the name - and the route along this road is extremely unsafe in the best of times for pedestrians, motorists and, indeed, the cyclists themselves. At peak times, it can take up to 5 minutes for pedestrians to cross the road. Minor accidents are a daily occurrence and it is only a matter of time before a serious accident - or fatality - occurs. We understand from TFL and LBTH that the route was originally intended to go along the A13 and not enter Narrow Street and that a re-routing will be made at the end of the review period in one year's time. However, serious injuries could occur during this time - particularly as a 400% increase in usage is being targeted - a local group the Limehouse Community Forum has passed a Resolution to request an immediate re-routing onto the A13. Has the Mayor forgotten the events of the 22nd of May 2009 when he was involved in a serious road traffic accident along this very route, and with his personal knowledge of the inherent dangers on this street, why would he put other Londoner's into the same precarious situation?