Traffic & City Management News

News and views on traffic and city management for the Marylebone Area

Paul is responsible for monitoring all aspects of Traffic & City Management at The Association. This includes matters related to roads, pedestrian areas, street furniture, public transport and the resulting environmental issues.

Baker Street Two-way Scheme - Consultation Ends

Baker Street Two-way Scheme - Consultation Ends

The first phase of the consultation has now ended. The Association's earlier submission to Westminster City Council's Environmental Policy and Scrutiny Committee together with a response from Westminster can be seen here. Baker Street Two Way Scheme - Marylebone Association Submission

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Baker Street Two Way Scheme - Marylebone Association Submission

Baker Street Two Way Scheme - Marylebone Association Submission

The Marylebone Association's Submission to Environment Policy and Scrutiny Committee. The text of our submission and Westminster's response can be found below.

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Baker Street Two Way Scheme - Bus Proposals

Baker Street Two Way Scheme - Bus Proposals

Transport for London has finally begun its consultation on proposed changes to bus routes within the Baker Street Two-Way Scheme. The details can be found at consultations.tfl.gov.uk/buses/baker-street where you can also have your say. The consultation is open until 4 September.
The Marylebone Association will be commenting on the totality of the Baker Street Scheme before the end of July.

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Oxford Street Buses

Oxford Street Buses

The Evening Standard on the 18th June made a front page story from an apparent comment by the, now outgoing, TfL Commissioner, Sir Peter Hendy, that buses could be moved from Oxford Street to adjacent streets such as Wigmore Street. This was tied to the launch of a West End Partnership Vision document in which no such proposal is made. We, and our neighbouring amenity societies, have consistently objected to any such proposals on the grounds that moving pollution from commercial to residential streets does not solve a problem but exacerbates it. This has been our view throughout the discussions of the West End Partnership Transport Group. The Evening Standard printed my letter of reply, below, on 23 June (minus only one paragraph!)

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