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Doing a quick scan of the document see some enoughing comments on segregated cycleway in high st, parking and a cycle networks.
Unfortunately skip to the table at the end and it seems to be Medium to Long term objectives so real actions lacking.
see p53 Guideline SS4: The Northern Side of the High Street
Any redevelopment should take the opportunity to create a
segregated cycle path parallel to the High Street.
7.29 Assisting a shift to more sustainable modes of transport would also be
beneficial. Expanding the cycle network to create a segregated cycle way and
increasing the pedestrian access and wayfinding for pedestrians to and from
the High Street and Grove Park would also be welcome by-products, should a
comprehensive redevelopment of the north side of the High Street take place.
Guideline G9: Traffic and Transport
The council will seek to improve the cycling network and pedestrian
network throughout the Conservation Area as opportunities arise.
Request for comments from Sutton Cycle Forum : Kevin Williams <email@example.com>
The London Borough of Sutton are proposing to make Traffic Management Orders to facilitate a traffic calming schemes and prevention of obstruction in:-
Sandy Lane South junction with Foresters Drive and Wordsworth Road;
Wordsworth Road junction with Lavender Vale;
Ross Parade junction with Bridge Road; and
Ross Road access to Mulberry Mews.
If you wish to view all the statutory documents and make any representations on the proposals please select the link
Your representations will need to be with us by Thursday 2 May 2019 and
If you require further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Technical Operations Team
Highways and Transport
Kingston & Sutton Shared Environment Service
London Borough of Sutton
Denmark Road | Carshalton | Surrey | SM5 2JG
The Sutton local area committee has agreed for officers to carry out improvements outside Homefield preparatory school in Western Road at its junction with Tate Road. Funding for the scheme has been secured from Transport for London (TfL) to address concerns raised by the school regarding unacceptable traffic speeds and difficulty in crossing the road outside the school.
Highways officers have met with school representative to assess these issues and a preliminary improvement scheme has been drawn as shown on the attached plan which aims to address concerns regarding traffic speeds and pedestrian safety. The scheme is fully supported by the school.
The scheme proposes to change the priority at Western Road junction with Tate Road and introduce a raised table with a kerb build-out to assist pupils and parents to cross the road and to help reduce traffic speeds outside the school. The scheme also includes re-arranging and providing additional ‘school keep clear’ markings and installation of red/yellow pencil bollards.
Whilst there were no pedestrian accidents recorded at the location in the last three years, the proposed measures will improve pedestrian safety and thus promote walking as a sustainable mode of travel.
The following letter delivered to residents (Hamilton Avenue)
The letter is dated 11/02/2019 but consultation survey does not yet appear to be available. So no further details. Not too much cycle specific in this other than cyclists being allowed to travel southbound through the no entry London Road/Hamilton Avenue plug.
Letter received 21/2/2019
Kingston & Sutton Shared Environment Service
Highways & Transport
0208 770 6455
Windsor Avenue Area
Please reply to:
Kingston & Sutton
Highways & Transport 24 Denmark Road
Proposed Windsor Avenue area consultation surrey SM5 2JG
The Cheam North and Worcester Park Local Committee has agreed to consult residents in the Windsor Avenue area on proposals to improve the environment for residents,
pedestrians, cyclists and users of public transport. The aim of the scheme is to encourage more people to walk, cycle or use public transport instead of using their car for local journeys.
This year there is funding available from Transport for London to carry out a consultation with residents on a few measures that have already been highlighted as an issue by some residents and the local schools and to ask if there are any other measures residents would like us to consider to improve your neighbourhood.
The proposals as shown on the attached plan includes -
- Introduce a 20mph speed limit area to reduce vehicle speeds;
- Introduce a zebra crossing in Molesey Drive outside Cheam Park Farm Infant school to provide an improved crossing point;
- Introduce a no entry plug in Hamilton Avenue at the junction of London Road to reduce the cut through traffic using Hamilton Avenue in a southbound direction.
Please respond to these preliminary proposals via our on-line consultation questionnaire which can be found at:
The on-line consultation will also ask if you have any other ideas to help improve the environment in your area that can be investigated and considered for future phases. Alternatively you can respond to this consultation by letter by sending your comments to the address shown. Replies need to be received by Friday 15th March 2019.
You will be notified of the outcome of this consultation by another letter circulated in due course.
Highways and Transport
Sutton & Kingston Shared Environment Service
Two phases firstly to the West of Manor Road / London (Wallington), the second to the East.
It looks like an Uber fleet of 6-8 economical 14 seater buses.
We will then report on the outcome ahead of the launch of the 12 month trial.
It should be noted that as a research trial, collecting feedback from users as well as other groups to understand feedback from non-users too will continue throughout the 12 month trial.
Check the TFL site for more
What are we proposing?
This is a trial service that does not have a fixed route or schedule, but ‘responds’ to the request to be picked up by the customer. It can be booked at the desired time of travel, primarily through an app, and provide real time updates to customers of vehicle arrival time and guarantees a seat for confirmed bookings.
The service will run using up to eight Mercedes Cityline Low floor Sprinter 14 seater vehicles. The vehicles will be Euro VI compliant bringing them in line with the Ultra Low Emission Zone vehicle standards, and will be fully wheelchair accessible.
From the council page (Note says this is South of Sutton, map not that clear so don't trust the area used here on cyclescape)
With the fourth highest car ownership levels in London, and residents telling us that parking is a major and growing concern, our Parking Strategy aims to improve local parking and traffic situations across the borough.
Our parking consultation will be rolled out in three phases, with each phase covering different locations across the borough. This Stage 1 Parking Consultation kicks off the second phase, where we'll be consulting with some residents in the Sutton South, Cheam & Belmont and Carshalton & Clockhouse Local Committee areas, as shown in the map below.
Responses to this Parking Survey will help us understand about parking on your street. Whether you have parking problems or not, we’d like to hear from you as all feedback will be fed into parking and traffic management proposals being made for your street.
The London Borough of Sutton's revised Air Quality Action Plan, draft for consultation (6 December 2018 to 6 February 2019). https://sutton.citizenspace.com/environment/draft-air-quality-action-plan-consultation/
Get Sutton Cycling produced a short film in 2017 "Air Pollution in Sutton: how it affects you and how cycling can help" https://getsuttoncycling.org.uk/2017/10/05/the-video-you-cant-afford-to-miss/
- Removing the existing access into Tweeddale Road from Wrythe Lane. It is proposed to create new access from Thornton Road across the green space. This will help to reduce vehicle conflicts and provide better pedestrian routes.
- Converting the closed section of Tweeddale Road to grassed area as shown on the plan in green hatch lines.
- A raised table is proposed at the new entry into Tweeddale Road to provide a level crossing for pedestrians and to help with slowing down traffic speeds.
The Carshalton and Clockhouse Local Committee has agreed to consult residents in the Beeches Avenue / Stanley Park Road / Warnham Court Road area on proposals to reduce the speed of traffic and improve the environment for residents, pedestrians and cyclists. The aim of the scheme is to encourage more people to walk, cycle or use public transport and reduce the number of local car trips. Funding for this scheme is available from Transport for London.