I recently undertook a route visit with a representative from Haringey Cycling Campaign along the proposed CS1 route in Haringey. Whilst welcoming CS1 concerns were expressed as follows:
a) Does the Mayor agree that the route should be on a more direct main road as opposed to largely back streets, as is the case at the moment, to meet full Superhighway criteria and that at least the narrowest and most congested section of the route, crossing St Ann's Road, should be moved now, in the proposed work, to the main road (High Rd A10)?
b) If the current proposed route is agreed upon, will the Mayor commit to doing the necessary future work required to re-align the route from back streets to the main road?
c) Can you also confirm the section of Superhighway 1 at Seven Sisters Station will be designed fully in accordance with the latest guidance included in the Draft London Cycle Design Standards, including junction design and taking in to account the need to maintain pedestrian safety?
d) Can you confirm that CS1 will be delivered on time?