I previously asked you about the need for a pedestrian crossing on Finchley Lane, where it meets the A1. Your response said that it was likely that the length of Finchley Lane you were referring to was the responsibility of Barnet Council to consider and promote. They say that improved crossing facilities on Finchley Lane at its junction with the A1 Great North Way (e.g. the provision of a pedestrian phase (green man) at the existing traffic signals), is an issue for TfL as the first 52 metres of Finchley Lane (from its junction with A1) and the first 48 metres of Hendon Lane (from its junction with A1) is the responsibility of TfL as stated in their "Side Road Designation" Traffic Order (i.e. a Traffic Management Order where TfL defines the lengths of borough roads situated off their main roads which they are also responsible for). your last response to Question No: 2014-4442 was 'Officers are drafting a response which will be sent shortly'.
Accordingly given your claimed excellent good relations with Barnet council, will you ask TfL to resolve with the Council whose responsibility it is to provide such a crossing and get on with organising it?