Have your say on changes to the road layout at Bromley-by-Bow and Marshgate Lane

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Closes 23 Apr 2017

Our proposals

1. Do you support our overall proposals for Bromley-by-Bow and Marshgate Lane?

(Required)

2. Do you have any comments on our overall proposals for Bromley-by-Bow and Marshgate Lane?

3. Do you support our proposals for Bromley-by-Bow?

Bromley-by-Bow



An artist's impression of the junction of the A12 and St Leonard's Street, facing northwest. Bromley-by-Bow Underground station is 120 metres south of this junction.

 

  • Two signalised junctions on the A12, to the north of Bromley-by-Bow station, would provide access to proposed residential and commercial development to the east of the A12
  • Vehicles travelling northbound on the A12 would be able to turn right to access these new developments directly, without having to make a u-turn at Bow roundabout
  • A bus-only link across the A12 would connect Bromley-by-Bow and new developments to the east
  • Signalised crossings, replacing the existing subway at Three Mill Lane, and improvements to the subway at Bromley-by-Bow station would make crossing the A12 easier and more accessible for pedestrians and cyclists
  • A segregated cycle track on the east side of the A12 would help improve access to the local cycle network, including the Lea Valley Towpath and Cycle Superhighway 2

4. Do you have any comments on our proposals for Bromley-by-Bow?

5. Do you support our proposals for Marshgate Lane?

Marshgate Lane An artist's impression of the new link road, facing northwest

  • A new link road, connecting Marshgate Lane with Sugarhouse Lane and creating a four-arm junction with A118 Stratford High Street, would allow buses, cyclists and pedestrians to cross the Bow Back River via a new bridge, improving access to Pudding Mill Lane station and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

6. Do you have any comments on our proposals for Marshgate Lane?