Re-routing Cycleway 51 via Cunningham Place instead of Northwick Terrace

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Image showing proposed new design for pedestrian and cycle crossing of St. John’s Wood RoadProposed new design for pedestrian and cycle crossing of St. John’s Wood Road Update 16 March 2024

This consultation has now closed. Thank you to everyone who responded. We are analysing your feedback and will report back shortly.

-update ends-

Between 4 September and 15 October 2023, in partnership with Westminster City Council, (WCC) we held a consultation on proposals to make changes to the junction of Northwick Terrace and St John's Wood Road to accommodate Westminster City Councils Cycleway 51. We’ve since amended our proposals in response to your comments and we would now like to hear your views on re-routing C51 along Cunningham Place instead of Northwick Terrace.

We’re not proposing to make any further changes to our proposals to amend the junction of Marylebone Road and Harewood Avenue, the other TfL junction on C51, which was consulted on at the same time as junction of Northwick Terrace and St. John’s Wood Road.

On this page you can read what is proposed and how you can have your say. You have until Friday 15 March 2024 to give us your feedback.


What are the proposals

Summary of changes

Background

How you can find out more

Equality Impact Assessment

Accessible Information

Tell us your views

What happens next



What are the proposals

C51 St John's Wood Road Crossing detailed map Click on map for larger version

Having reviewed the feedback from respondents to our previous consultation, working with Westminster City Council we now propose to route the new Cycleway via Cunningham Place instead of Northwick Terrace, to meet at the Aberdeen Place/Lyons Place junction.

These new proposals would replace those we developed and consulted upon for the junction of Northwick Terrace and St John’s Wood Road and mean it would be necessary to make changes to the junction of Cunningham Place and St John’s Wood Road. The new parallel zebra crossing over St. John’s Wood Road, near to the junction with Hamilton Terrace would be retained in these new proposals.

The main benefits of using Cunningham Place rather than Northwick Terrace would be to remove the need to have a shared space on the southern footway of St John’s Wood Road and it would also reduce the number of Westminster City Council Residents Parking bays that would need to be removed. These were both issues that were raised by raised by respondents to our previous consultation. The route via Cunningham Place is very slightly longer but it is flatter and we’d expect that there would be less traffic here in peak hours.

You can find more details about our proposals in the summary of changes.



Background

Between 4 September and 16 October TfL consulted on Cycleway 51. The focus was specifically on how the Cycleway was proposed to interact with TLRN junctions along the route – Marylebone Road junctions with Enford Street & Harewood Avenue, and St John’s Wood Road junctions with Hamilton Terrace & Northwick Terrace.

TfL’s consultation report has been published but analysis of the results show that respondents raised concerns with the Northwick Terrace section of the route. Our original plans would result in a loss of Westminster City Council (WCC) resident’s parking bays and create a section of shared space for cyclists and pedestrians on the southern footway of St John’s Wood Road.

We believe we can resolve these issues by re-routing C51 via Cunningham Place instead.



How you can find out more

We have provided more information to help you respond:

You can use the questions tool on this page during the consultation period. We will respond your questions as soon as we can.



Equalities Impact Assessment

Our Equality Impact Assessment (EqIA) identifies:

  • The affects these proposals could have on people
  • How we propose to minimise any negative impacts

After we’ve considered all comments, the EqIA will be reviewed and may be updated.

We use the EqIA to help us decide if, and how, we should proceed with these proposals.



Accessible Information

We want to make sure everyone is able to take part in our consultations. To help make it accessible to everyone we have provided:

  • An Easy Read version of our proposals and survey
  • Audio versions of the proposals and survey
  • Use the ‘translate’ button in the footer of this page to translate this website into a number of languages

Connecting with London's deaf community on our consultations

To further enhance how we consult with London's deaf community we offer:

  • A British Sign Language (BSL) video of our proposals and survey
  • A British Sign Language (BSL) consultation conversation service for this consultation. This service will allow the TfL consultation lead to have a two-way BSL translated discussion on any aspect of this consultation with a BSL speaker. To request a BSL consultation conversation please contact us at haveyoursay@tfl.gov.uk and we will be in contact to arrange this at a convenient time



What happens next

These proposals are subject to the outcome of our consultation. Once consultation ends on Friday 15 March 2024, we will spend time considering all the responses we receive and will prepare a consultation report.

The report will be available to everyone that takes part in the consultation and a copy will be published on our website.

Image showing proposed new design for pedestrian and cycle crossing of St. John’s Wood RoadProposed new design for pedestrian and cycle crossing of St. John’s Wood Road Update 16 March 2024

This consultation has now closed. Thank you to everyone who responded. We are analysing your feedback and will report back shortly.

-update ends-

Between 4 September and 15 October 2023, in partnership with Westminster City Council, (WCC) we held a consultation on proposals to make changes to the junction of Northwick Terrace and St John's Wood Road to accommodate Westminster City Councils Cycleway 51. We’ve since amended our proposals in response to your comments and we would now like to hear your views on re-routing C51 along Cunningham Place instead of Northwick Terrace.

We’re not proposing to make any further changes to our proposals to amend the junction of Marylebone Road and Harewood Avenue, the other TfL junction on C51, which was consulted on at the same time as junction of Northwick Terrace and St. John’s Wood Road.

On this page you can read what is proposed and how you can have your say. You have until Friday 15 March 2024 to give us your feedback.


What are the proposals

Summary of changes

Background

How you can find out more

Equality Impact Assessment

Accessible Information

Tell us your views

What happens next



What are the proposals

C51 St John's Wood Road Crossing detailed map Click on map for larger version

Having reviewed the feedback from respondents to our previous consultation, working with Westminster City Council we now propose to route the new Cycleway via Cunningham Place instead of Northwick Terrace, to meet at the Aberdeen Place/Lyons Place junction.

These new proposals would replace those we developed and consulted upon for the junction of Northwick Terrace and St John’s Wood Road and mean it would be necessary to make changes to the junction of Cunningham Place and St John’s Wood Road. The new parallel zebra crossing over St. John’s Wood Road, near to the junction with Hamilton Terrace would be retained in these new proposals.

The main benefits of using Cunningham Place rather than Northwick Terrace would be to remove the need to have a shared space on the southern footway of St John’s Wood Road and it would also reduce the number of Westminster City Council Residents Parking bays that would need to be removed. These were both issues that were raised by raised by respondents to our previous consultation. The route via Cunningham Place is very slightly longer but it is flatter and we’d expect that there would be less traffic here in peak hours.

You can find more details about our proposals in the summary of changes.



Background

Between 4 September and 16 October TfL consulted on Cycleway 51. The focus was specifically on how the Cycleway was proposed to interact with TLRN junctions along the route – Marylebone Road junctions with Enford Street & Harewood Avenue, and St John’s Wood Road junctions with Hamilton Terrace & Northwick Terrace.

TfL’s consultation report has been published but analysis of the results show that respondents raised concerns with the Northwick Terrace section of the route. Our original plans would result in a loss of Westminster City Council (WCC) resident’s parking bays and create a section of shared space for cyclists and pedestrians on the southern footway of St John’s Wood Road.

We believe we can resolve these issues by re-routing C51 via Cunningham Place instead.



How you can find out more

We have provided more information to help you respond:

You can use the questions tool on this page during the consultation period. We will respond your questions as soon as we can.



Equalities Impact Assessment

Our Equality Impact Assessment (EqIA) identifies:

  • The affects these proposals could have on people
  • How we propose to minimise any negative impacts

After we’ve considered all comments, the EqIA will be reviewed and may be updated.

We use the EqIA to help us decide if, and how, we should proceed with these proposals.



Accessible Information

We want to make sure everyone is able to take part in our consultations. To help make it accessible to everyone we have provided:

  • An Easy Read version of our proposals and survey
  • Audio versions of the proposals and survey
  • Use the ‘translate’ button in the footer of this page to translate this website into a number of languages

Connecting with London's deaf community on our consultations

To further enhance how we consult with London's deaf community we offer:

  • A British Sign Language (BSL) video of our proposals and survey
  • A British Sign Language (BSL) consultation conversation service for this consultation. This service will allow the TfL consultation lead to have a two-way BSL translated discussion on any aspect of this consultation with a BSL speaker. To request a BSL consultation conversation please contact us at haveyoursay@tfl.gov.uk and we will be in contact to arrange this at a convenient time



What happens next

These proposals are subject to the outcome of our consultation. Once consultation ends on Friday 15 March 2024, we will spend time considering all the responses we receive and will prepare a consultation report.

The report will be available to everyone that takes part in the consultation and a copy will be published on our website.

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