Proposed new pedestrian crossing and speed limit reduction on A23 Streatham High Road

We are proposing to introduce a new staggered pedestrian crossing on the A23 Streatham High Road, outside the Tesco Extra supermarket. There are a high number of pedestrians wishing to cross the road at this location to make their way between the supermarket and the southbound bus stops. We have also observed that this location has a history of high numbers of collisions, often involving vulnerable road users (such as pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists). We also propose to reduce the speed limit on this stretch of the High Road to 20mph - currently the speed limit is 30mph.

These proposals

We are proposing to introduce a new staggered pedestrian crossing on the A23 Streatham High Road, outside the Tesco Extra supermarket. There are a high number of pedestrians wishing to cross the road at this location to make their way between the supermarket and the southbound bus stops. We have also observed that this location has a history of high numbers of collisions, often involving vulnerable road users (such as pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists). We also propose to reduce the speed limit on this stretch of the High Road to 20mph - currently the speed limit is 30mph.

These proposals would be further supported by:

  • A new section of northbound bus lane north between Station Approach and Gleneagle Road
  • Extended Keep Clear markings across Natal Road
  • A change to lane markings on approach to Gleneagle Road
  • Minor changes to bus stops to facilitate changes

You can see a map of the proposed scheme in the ‘Documents’ section of this web page.

Purpose of the scheme

The purpose of these proposals is primarily to reduce collisions at this location, supporting the Mayor’s Vision Zero objective to eliminate deaths and serious injuries on London’s streets by 2041. The scheme also supports the principles of the Mayor’s Healthy Streets initiative, intended to encourage Londoners to walk and cycle more by providing more comfortable facilities for pedestrians and cyclists. The Healthy Streets check for this scheme can be found in the ‘Documents’ section.

Have your say

We would like to hear your views on our proposals and invite you to take part in our online survey. It should take no more than ten minutes to complete. You will need to register with your email address in order to complete the survey. Your details will be kept securely and only used, with your permission, to update you on the outcome of the consultation.

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The consultation is open for six weeks and will close on 11 November 2021.

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