Proposed walking and cycling improvements along the A3

Closed 27 Sep 2015

Opened 17 Aug 2015

Results Updated 17 Mar 2016

Between 17 August and 27 September 2015, we consulted on proposals to make improvements for pedestrians and cyclists at six locations along the A3.

We received 78 responses to consultation and have been carefully reviewing the comments received. Generally, most people (45) expressed their support or partial support for the overall scheme to improve facilities for cycling and walking along the A3. Thirteen respondents stated they did not support the overall scheme and two were not sure or had no opinion. Thank you to all those who took part in the consultation.

After considering all the responses, we intend to proceed with the scheme as set out in the consultation. We plan to start work in autumn 2016.

Click here to view a copy of our consultation report (PDF)

Overview

Update - 17 March 2016

Between 17 August and 27 September 2015, we consulted on proposals to make improvements for pedestrians and cyclists at six locations along the A3.

We received 78 responses to consultation and have been carefully reviewing the comments received. Generally, most people (45) expressed their support or partial support for the overall scheme to improve facilities for cycling and walking along the A3. Thirteen respondents stated they did not support the overall scheme and two were not sure or had no opinion. Thank you to all those who took part in the consultation.

After considering all the responses, we intend to proceed with the scheme as set out in the consultation. We plan to start work in autumn 2016.

Click here to view a copy of our consultation report (PDF)

Details of the original consultation can be found below.

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Background

We wanted to hear to hear your views on improvements we proposed for walking and cycling improvements on sections of  the A3 road.

Links with maps and further details of each section we proposed are listed below:

Ely Close and Bushey Road

Elmbridge Avenue and Tolworth Rise North

Keswick Avenue

Malden Slip Roads (Consfield Ave, Byron Ave, Stanley Ave, Woodfield Gardens)

Southwood Drive and Warren Drive South

Beverley Way beneath the Coombe Lane Flyover (for information only)

Areas

  • Kingston upon Thames
  • Merton

Audiences

  • Public
  • Stakeholders
  • Local residents
  • Local businesses
  • Schools
  • London Boroughs
  • Coach Operators
  • Taxi trade
  • Transport for London
  • Taxi customers and other stakeholders

Interests

  • Cycling
  • Walking