Contact us: Got a photo? Text 'SLPICS' to 80360. Got a story? Call the newsdesk: 020 8744 4244
Majority of residents support Malden Rushett Junction overhaul by Transport for London
Nearly three-quarters of residents support Transport for London’s (TfL) plans to overhaul the Malden Rushett Junction.
No one reported having “no opinion” when consulted by TfL, while 20 people had mixed views, and five out of 107 did not support the scheme.
The plans include the widening of Fairoak Lane and Rushett Lane as they approach the notorious junction, and the addition of a pedestrian crossing over Fairoak Lane.
Eight months of roadworks are due to start next spring, according to Kingston Council documents.
A report to south of the borough councillors said the junction “has had a poor collision record”.
- New classrooms for Surbiton High pupils as school snaps up building
- Psychedelic Furbies: Rock group Toy set to play Kingston
- Review: The Beat live at Kingsmeadow
- TaxPayers' Alliance appoints Kingston resident as new chief executive
- Cyclist crashes into stationary van
Comments are closed on this article.