I have had several complaints recently regarding the re-siting of bus shelters and stops, resulting in the line of sight being impeded. Throughout my constituency, there appears to be no consistency in the placement of the bus stop sign - some stops are at the oncoming side of the shelter and some are at the rear. For instance, at Graemesdyke Avenue the stop is located before the shelter at the kerbside, whereas at Queen Mary Hospital, Roehampton Lane and also at Roehampton University, the bus stops are beyond the shelter, i.e. at the far end.
What guidelines are used when considering where the shelter is to be placed in relation to the bus stop sign and will the Mayor ask Transport for London to consider sympathetically requests for stops to be moved in order to improve the line of sight for its customers?