Have your say on proposed changes along the A202 (Peckham High Street) between the junctions with Basing Court and Mission Place

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Closes 12 Mar 2020

Our proposals

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1. How do you travel through the area at present?
Walking
Cycling
Take the bus
Using a motor vehicle for a personal or business journey
2. Considering your current travel pattern, would any of the proposals change how often you walk?
Introduction of 20 mph speed limit along Peckham High Street
The eastbound bus stop (stop B) being moved slightly further east so that it is closer to the crossings connecting Peckham Square and Rye Lane
Providing a new side-by-side crossing arrangement connecting Rye Lane and Peckham Square
Building out the footways to create more space for pedestrians along Peckham High Street
The conversion of the eastern pedestrian crossing to a toucan crossing at the junction of Peckham High Street and Bellenden Road
Building out kerbs at side roads to narrow crossing widths and to slow turning vehicles
Removing the existing westbound painted cycle lane between Peckham Hill Street and Bellenden Road
3. Considering your current travel pattern, would any of the proposals change how often you cycle?
Introduction of 20 mph speed limit along Peckham High Street
The eastbound bus stop (stop B) being moved slightly further east so that it is closer to the crossings connecting Peckham Square and Rye Lane
Providing a new side-by-side crossing arrangement connecting Rye Lane and Peckham Square
Building out the footways to create more space for pedestrians along Peckham High Street
The conversion of the eastern pedestrian crossing to a toucan crossing at the junction of Peckham High Street and Bellenden Road
Building out kerbs at side roads to narrow crossing widths and to slow turning vehicles
Removing the existing westbound painted cycle lane between Peckham Hill Street and Bellenden Road
4. Considering your current travel pattern, would any of the proposals change how often you use public transport?
Introduction of 20 mph speed limit along Peckham High Street
The eastbound bus stop (stop B) being moved slightly further east so that it is closer to the crossings connecting Peckham Square and Rye Lane
Providing a new side-by-side crossing arrangement connecting Rye Lane and Peckham Square
Building out the footways to create more space for pedestrians along Peckham High Street
The conversion of the eastern pedestrian crossing to a toucan crossing at the junction of Peckham High Street and Bellenden Road
Building out kerbs at side roads to narrow crossing widths and to slow turning vehicles
Removing the existing westbound painted cycle lane between Peckham Hill Street and Bellenden Road
5. How safe would the proposals make you feel when travelling around the area?
Introduction of 20 mph speed limit along Peckham High Street
The eastbound bus stop (stop B) would be moved slightly further east so that it is closer to the crossings connecting Peckham Square and Rye Lane
Providing a new side-by-side crossing arrangement connecting Rye Lane and Peckham Square
Building out the footways to create more space for pedestrians along Peckham High Street
The conversion of the eastern pedestrian crossing to a toucan crossing at the junction of Peckham High Street and Bellenden Road
Building out kerbs at side roads to narrow crossing widths and to slow turning vehicles
Removing the existing painted westbound mandatory cycle lane between Peckham Hill Street and Bellenden Road
6. Please let us know any comments you may have about our proposals.