Safer K&C Streets: Review the TfL one-way system

We, the undersigned, Kensington and Chelsea residents and businesses, and visitors require the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, Department of Transport, and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to initiate an urgent and immediate review of the safety on TfL’s Earl’s Court One-Way-System with particular emphasis on the traffic junctions.

The One-Way-System cuts through our Borough from Shepherd's Bush all the way down to Embankment and back again.

This review should lead to a series of proposals including timescales on implementation of the scheme.

It is unsustainable for the Mayor of London and TfL to promote active travel without ensuring that the value of human life is placed above the demands for traffic flow targets.

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Safer K&C Streets: Review the TfL Earl's Court One-Way System

Safer streets in K&C

Support a review of TfL's one-way system across Kensington & Chelsea to increase pedestrian and cyclist safety, with focus on traffic junctions

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