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Photo listing: temporary closures

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This listing only shows photos within Mitcham.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Cyclists turning right after the civic building onto A24 are having to try and navigate their way across three often busy lanes of traffic

Modal filter (bikes/pedestrians only) to create low traffic neighbourhood

Modal filter (bikes/pedestrians only) to create low traffic neighbourhood

Modal filter (bikes/pedestrians only) to create low traffic neighbourhood

Measures to prevent traffic, including HGVs, using residential road as a rat run alternative to Gap Road

Possible bus gate on Kingston Rd

Create low traffic area and safe route to Wimbledon / local schools

Bus gate so only buses can go through Wimbledon / pedestrianise to make area pleasant and less polluted

Create safe route to Wimbledon Park

Create low traffic area

Cut rat-running across Common

Filter rat-running so Common is safe and to stop the severance

Create safe route to Richards Lodge and Bishop Guilpin on Lake Rd

Create public space for market/cafes

Create route to Common/schools

Open route to residents to use on foot and cycle

Stop rat-running on Cambridge Rd and make it safe for kids

Protected cycle route needed

Close the northern part of the dual carriageway. Its too wide, not needed and would not only create space for biking and walking, it will take the traffic and fumes away from Merton Abbey School.

Pedestrianise this part of the High Street and support the Farmers Market. This road isn't needed.

Pedestrianise Wimbledon Broadway

TFL need to sort out Morden bus station. It blights the town centre. How can TFL talk about healthy streets with the bus station not being sorted.

Close this rat-run between residential streets and the industrial estate. Pedestrianise the Wandle Trail at this crossing

Close lower downs road to cars to encourage use of cycling and walking. At the moment it does not feel secure for pedestrians or cyclists.

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