Pedestrian crossing access for blind and partially sighted people

Meeting: 
MQT on 2016-02-22
Session date: 
February 22, 2016
Reference: 
2016/0562
Question By: 
Caroline Pidgeon
Organisation: 
Liberal Democrats
Asked Of: 
The Mayor
Category: 

Question

In response to my question 2016/0125 you stated that by March 2016 there will still be 11 pedestrian crossings that will not meet the 1995 Department for Transport safety standard.

Please provide a table showing the locations of each of these 11 crossings and the dates by when they are due to become compliant.

Answer

Answer for Pedestrian crossing access for blind and partially sighted people

Answer for Pedestrian crossing access for blind and partially sighted people

Answered By: 
The Mayor

The 11 remaining locations listed below are due to be upgraded as part of capital improvement schemes. At this point it is not possible to specify the exact date at each location as the scheduling of works are dependent upon each borough's programme.  However, these sites are scheduled to be compliant by the end of March 2017.

Address

Borough

LONDON WALL - WOOD STREET

City of London

NEW BOND STREET - CONDUIT STREET - BRUTON STREET

City of Westminster

DAVIES STREET - BROOK STREET

City of Westminster

AVENUE ROAD - ADELAIDE ROAD

LB Camden

HIGH HOLBORN - DRURY LANE - MUSEUM STREET

LB Camden

TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD - MAPLE STREET - UNIVERSITY STREET

LB Camden

ROYAL COLLEGE STREET - JEFFREYS STREET

LB Camden

MARE STREET - WELL STREET

LB Hackney

UNION ROAD - LARKHALL LANE - LARKHALL RISE

LB Lambeth

WHITEHORSE ROAD BY ST JAMES ROAD BY SPURGEONS BRIDGE

LB Croydon

HIGH STREET HARLESDEN - FURNESS ROAD

LB Brent