Summary of changes

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

All of the changes associated with the previous design on Hamilton Terrace plus the width and length of the parallel zebra crossing would remain the same and form part of the new proposals.

  • A new two-way cycle track would be routed along Cunningham Place instead of Northwick Terrace

  • A new ‘raised entry’ junction treatment at the northern side of Cunningham Place. This would reduce vehicle entry and exit speeds on Cunningham Place and it would help pedestrians crossing at this location

  • Three Westminster City Council operated Pay and Display Parking bays would be removed on the southern side of St. John’s Wood Road to accommodate the new cycle track. We propose that two of these bays would be moved to the west of the new parallel zebra crossing at the junction of Hamilton Terrace and St John’s Wood Road. However, we’ve not been able to find a suitable location for the third bay

There will also be slight modifications to parking arrangements on Cunningham Place which are detailed on the map above.

This consultation is being delivered in partnership with WCC as they are responsible for managing the roads on Cunningham Place and Northwick Terrace. TfL is responsible for managing St. John’s Wood Road and its junctions with Northwick Terrace and Hamilton Terrace.

We will share your comments with WCC and the final decision of which route will be used in C51 will be taken by them.

The proposals have been designed according to our Healthy Streets approach, which aims to make London a safer, healthier and greener place to live and travel.

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