Public consultation shows support for controversial CS9 in London

Joe Robinson 27 Feb 2018 First cycle superhighway in West London moves step closer despite local pressure The results of the public consultation for cycle superhighway 9 have been published by Transport for London (TfL) with almost 60 percent supporting the first major segregated cycleway in West London. TfL sought the opinion of 5,000 local residents in the areas affected, with the majority supporting proposed plans to extend the two-way cycle superhighway west from Kensington Olympia to Brentford town centre. While no timeline was announced for the superhighway's construction, TfL did confirm that it would release further findings and its next steps later this year. Proposed route for cycle superhighway 9 This decision by TfL to take the next step with CS9 comes despite outcries from business owners on Chiswick High Road who argued the new cycle lane would cause gridlock, 'crippling' local trade. Some have also tried to claim ...

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