Consulation for new bike infrastructure at Queens Park Gyratory

One minute action:Go to the consultation  and click on Start survey.
Click "Yes" to agree to the proposals and give your details on the second page.
Ideally, in the comments box, add your thoughts on the scheme in your own words. Brent Cyclists suggest asking for: semi-segregated measures or "stepped" tracks on the south side of Carlton Vale in the Westminster section (only a painted mandatory cycle lane proposed currently); the stop line in Fernhead Road to be moved back so that vehicles don't block access to the cycle track; a raised table at the end of Fernhead Road to reinforce cycle priority; semi-segregated protection on the north side of Carlton Vale to continue further west; and the 20mph limit to run throughout the scheme, including in Westminster (it might be worth mentioning the two schools nearby).
Don't delay, fill out your response today.(Open until the 28th November 2016)
The main elements of the scheme are cycle tracks protected by semi-segregated "Orcas" on both sides of the road in Brent, "bus stop bypasses", and parallel cycle and pedestrian crossings for easy two-way cycling between Salusbury Road and Carlton Vale, without having to negotiate the Premier Corner gyratory (by Queens Park Station).

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