Proposed changes to Lambeth Bridge north and south - Millbank north

Closed 20 Aug 2017

Opened 26 Jun 2017


We propose to convert the Millbank north junction with Great Peter Street into a signalised pedestrian crossing. This junction conversion would also allow us to control the flow of general traffic using Great Peter Street, Marsham Street and Horseferry Road to access Lambeth Bridge.

This conversion would require the removal of one tree, and the relocation of cycle parking facilities. All other existing cycle parking facilities along this section of Millbank north would remain.

Our proposals for Millbank north are shown in Drawing 1 below.


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Design features at Millbank north

  • New signalised crossings would help control traffic and would offer safer crossing points for pedestrians wishing to access Victoria Tower Gardens and the riverside
  • The introduction of traffic signals would also help to reduce conflict between cyclists and other traffic
  • The existing zebra crossing south of the Millbank junction with Dean Stanley Street would be retained and its central island would be upgraded

Changes to the road layout at Millbank north

We propose the introduction of a new dedicated right-turn lane for traffic heading south along Millbank north into Great Peter Street, providing access to Marsham Street, Horseferry Road and Lambeth Bridge.


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  • Junction Improvements