Elsinore Way

Closed 7 Feb 2014

Opened 20 Jan 2014

Results Updated 23 May 2014

We received a total of 43 responses. Following an analysis of the responses received and taking in to account issues that were raised during the consultation, we have decided to go ahead with the proposals. We plan to start works at the end of July 2014 for approximately 10 days.

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Overview

Transport for London (TfL) recently consulted on proposed changes to the road layout on Lower Richmond Road near Elsinore Way.

A number of concerns were raised, in particular, the proposed removal of the segregated cycle lane and shared use of the footway. Also, that the kerb located just west of Elsinore Way seemed to be a problem for motorists who were performing the ‘U’ turn.  A full consultation report detailing our analysis is available online at https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/streets/elsinoreway

Following the consultation analysis, the scheme has been modified and we asked for your views on the updated proposals:

  1. We proposed to narrow the footway to 2.4m and maintain the existing dedicated cycle lane, rather than having shared use of the footway as previously proposed.
  2. We proposed to lay new road markings to give cyclists priority when crossing Elsinore Way.
  3. We further proposed to move the ‘U’ turn back 6.4 metres and cut back the protruding kerb located just west of Elsinore Way to allow motorists more space to manoeuvre the turn. 

Please click here to view the plan.

Following an analysis of the responses received and taking in to account issues that were raised during the consultation, we have decided to go ahead with the proposals. We plan to start works at the end of July 2014 for approximately 10 days.

Areas

  • Richmond upon Thames

Audiences

  • Public
  • Stakeholders
  • Local residents
  • Local businesses

Interests

  • Street Management