Take action against TfL's plans to extend cycle superhighway past RNIB offices

Post date: 
Wednesday, 9 March 2016
Category: 
Campaigning news
London
On my street
Transport for London (TfL) is looking at extending their North to South cycle superhighway to Kings Cross, taking it along Judd Street and right past our offices and resource centre. We're really worried about this and are working with TfL to see it re-routed to maintain the safety of blind and partially sighted people.
 
TfL's plans would mean a huge increase in the number of cyclists using Judd Street and replacing the nearby controlled pelican crossing with a zebra crossing. We believe that fewer people would be willing to visit the building if the proposed route goes ahead. Hundreds of blind and partially sighted people come to Judd Street each week as both staff, volunteers and visitors. 
 
TfL wants you to have your say on their plans to extend the cycle superhighway. Please let them know what you think. We only have until Sunday 20 March so please do take a look at their proposals and comment on them.

Our response

Read our response to TfL's consultation on extending the North South cycle superhighway: