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Close to through traffic possibly except for the bus.

Drivers speed off Kew bridge and the road narrows from 2 lanes to one then opens to 2 lanes again. To cycle towards Richmond on the A307 means holding the lane for a significant length of time and drivers tailgate. Slower speeds plus a cycl ... [more]

Cycling lane and footway improvements

Really unpleasant junction to cycle over, in virtually any direction.

There's no reason for people to be driving up here. It could be a safe connection for walking and cycling.

Cars and vans go at great speed in Hampton Road, making it very dangerous. At night, when the traffic is scarce, cars speed and overtake the bus at crazy speeds. On weekends it gets worse.

Hampton Road in Teddington has always been pretty busy but, since the start of the pandemic, there has been a steady increase of car traffic. Terrorized cyclists often have to cycle on the pavement and this, in turn, scares the walkers. The ... [more]

Use wands to ensure proper separation for cyclists using the cycle lane - it would then be more suitable for children and avoid close passes

Safe cycling connection needed from Bushy Park to Hampton. Cycle track at widened footway level to signalled crossing at A312

The access path by the rowing club is always in a state and could be much more appealing for cycling

There is no easy access to the towpath that doesn't involve a kerb, or conflict with pedestrians. Needs a proper way to access by bike

Pedestrian crossing timing needs to be changed to prioritise pedestrians. This is a 2-stage crossing and the wait is unduly long. The road is often busy & queued and the long wait results in pedestrians crossing on red. This is an important ... [more]

The new pavement here isn't wide enough for everyone trying to get in and out of the park. I got shouted at by a cyclist for being in the road whilst trying to social distance. This is while the entrance is still closed to cars.

Use wands to ensure proper separation for cyclists using the cycle lane - it would then be more suitable for children and avoid close passes

Full segregated cycle infrastructure suitable for children and families. The new temporary section is great by Kew but you have to run the gauntlet of the section off the roundabout first which is very unpleasant

Contra flow cycle lane from station crossing to Parkshot

Cycle priority in both directions

New contraflow exit out of the green and onto the road heading towards the theatre with right of way crossing

The north gate of the park should be permanently closed to prevent through motor traffic

Dangerous junction. Part of Sustrans cycle route 4. When turning right out of Cedars Rd into Mill Hill road cars and buses from Barnes approach very rapidly from the right (Station Road & mini-roundabout into Mill Hill Rd). The cycle route ... [more]

Dangerous junction. Part of Sustrans cycle route 4. When turning right out of Cedars Rd into Mill Hill road cars and buses from Barnes approach very rapidly from the right (Station Road & mini-roundabout into Mill Hill Rd). The cycle route ... [more]

Dangerous junction. Part of Sustrans cycle route 4. When turning right out of Cedars Rd into Mill Hill road cars and buses from Barnes approach very rapidly from the right (Station Road & mini-roundabout into Mill Hill Rd). The cycle route ... [more]

The pop-up protected cycle lane here is fantastic, please make this permanent

There is no safe way across this junction when using the cycleways along the A316. All the other junctions have traffic lights and a safe haven between carriageways.

Allow countraflow cycling in Somerton avenue

Close George Street/Kew Road (as far as Church Road), the Green, Little Green, Parkshot, Sheen Road (from George Street to the junction with Paradise Road) to vehicular traffic, and make Hill Street one-way to create a pedestrianised area i ... [more]

Make this a proper cycleway into Richmond.

The shared pedestrian / cycleway area is dangerous. Cut the parking places and one car lane (there are FOUR!) to make way for a proper pavement and a proper cycle lane.

Pinch point, too many cars, compulsory purchase some of the huge driveway space and make cycle way. poss make it one way.. sort out river path. introduce congenstion charge. compulsory purchase some of golf course and redirect cycle traffic ... [more]

A filter here, to stop cars by-passing south circular and speeding through residential roads making them dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians.

Allow countraflow cycling in Somerton avenue

Allow countraflow cycling in Somerton avenue

So narrow for cyclists and pedestrians. Could make it a shared path

Tight footpath - solution cut the two lanes heading south on manor road into one and give the rest of the space to cyclepath.

Allow countraflow cycling in Somerton avenue

Remove barrier to allow bicycles to turn into path to river

Tree growing over the pavement - please trim it

Close this route to the bus - reroute bus along dukes avenue

Zebra crossing for primary school please

Dedicated cycle lane from Ham Gate Avenue along Petersham Road to where the slip road starts (convert that to a cycle lane)

Convert the slip road into a cycle road

Pedestrian and cycle crossing from the alleyway

Cycle route from the Fox and Duck to Petersham Road opposite the entrance to Petersham church and nurseries to avoid the unpleasant sharp corner on the main road

Cycle prioritisation the length on Ham Street from the common to the car park at Ham House

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Ham Street - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

Make this a cycle friendly route to reduce need for cycles using the Ham Cross lights

Fully segregated cycleway from Riverside Drive entrance to Teddington Lock to Ham Cross

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Dukes Ave - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Dukes Ave - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Dukes Avenue - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Broughton Avenue - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Broughton Avenue - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Woodville Road - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

Remove the brick planters and create large open area, add good cycle parking and cycle/pedestrian priority, with safe crossing points from St Richards church including a pedestrian crossing.

New junction with clear, safe provision for pedestrian and cyclists - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Broughton Ave - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Broughton Ave - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

Have a pavement

Actually have one...

Fully segregated cycle lane linking Ashburnham Road and the entrance to the Avenues

Fully segregated cycle lanes suitable for cargo bikes down the length of Ashburnham Road, into Broughton Ave and around to the St Richards shops

Convert little-used footpath to shared use to connect Hampton to Sunbury

Location of Modal Filter should be on the LBRuT side of boundary to allow RBK access to back lane.

Location of Modal Filter should be on the LBRuT side of boundary to allow RBK access to back lane.

Location of Modal Filter should be on the LBRuT side of boundary to allow RBK access to back lane.

The lights default to green for A316 but this gives turning traffic priority over cycle track. Create left turn lane with its own light.

Put a bridge here connecting Hampton Court, the river and the Royal Parks with Long Ditton, without having to go to either Kingston or Hampton Court bridge.

Stop cars parking on the pavements forcing pedestrians into the road. The pleasant riverside walk is suddenly make dangerous and dirty due to litter build up around the parked cars

Here is where a quality cycle lane at the side of the A316 stutters our to a dangerous and narrow shared pavement in the run up to St Margaret’s roundabout. Making the whole of the cycle route from Chalkers Corner substandard.

Give the cycle lane priority over car users on the side roads in order to make it effective. Doing this and improving the cycle lane around Richmond roundabout and Manor Circus would create over 2km of continuous quality and protected cycle ... [more]

Close the road in front of Whole Foods. There is an alternative route via a two way Red Lion Street. Place a turning circle outside of Waitrose so the car park can still be accessed and buses can drop people very close to Richmond high stre ... [more]

By reverting Red Lion Street back to two way traffic the high street in Richmond can be pedestrianised. Access the the bus station will not be compromised and this will prevent rat runs around Richmond Green from being used.

The cycle lane through twickenham high street is not clear or protected. A huge increase in cyclist are using twickenham high street but it is only a matter of time before the lack of segregation means an accident takes place. The road is w ... [more]

Close Richmond bridge to private vehicles. Should be for bus, walkers and bikes only. Safer and less pollution. A dual carriageway for cars over the river is less than 500 meters away (a316)

Protect the cycle lane between St Margaret’s roundabout and Isleworth.

A cycle lane on this busy road would improve cycling between north and south of the railway line. For many children and less confident cyclists this road is too risky to use

The pavement here is already extremely narrow, but the council with its complete contempt for pedestrians has allocated pavement space for cars to park on. This means that the pavement is completely inaccessible to disabled people and anyon ... [more]

This pavement is very narrow and cars regularly park on it so you cant get passed safely... and they ignore parking regulations...there are many children in the Close who have the right to be able to get to school safely especially now with ... [more]

All along White Hart Lane and the surrounding streets, drivers are allowed by the council to park on the pavement. This means that the pavement space available for pedestrians is very narrow in most places. It's difficult for two people to ... [more]

The A3030 from Barnes to Chalkers Corner is a main route for cars and cycles with heavy traffic a cycle path, ideally segregated, is needed

Heavy goods vehicles and overtaking motorbikes make the crest of this narrow bridge dangerous for cyclists who find themselves pushed into the gutter & kerb stones. Make both pavements shared cycle/pedestrian usage - currently they are not ... [more]

Blind hump on bridge - no cycling allowed on pavement and very dangerous with heavy goods vehicles pushing cyclists into kerb

All the "Royal" roads have narrow footpaths requiring walking in the road to social distance. Now that traffic has returned, cars are once again using them as rat runs at high speeds, especially on Royal and Windsor roads which don't h ... [more]

Cyclists coming from Kingston along the river cannot turn left and cross the bridge but have to cross a busy dual carriageway, then the bridge then cross two roads before recrossing the dual carriageway to join the cycle lane going south to ... [more]

If a controlled crossing was introduced here, cyclists would be able to cross and then cycle towards Hampton on the road instead of being forced to ride on the pavement on the Park side because they can't cross the road.

Should be no right turn at bottom of Church Street. This enables a less acute angle for traffic turning into Church Street from Hampton Court Road and more space for a wider pavement and bike lane

Wide pavement occupied by additional car parking bays whilst busy road with parking both sides makes cycling difficult and dangerous. Result is many cycling on pavement.

Pavement less than 1metre wide and additionally obstructed by street furniture

Busy fast road need protected cycleway Hampton Court Bridge to Kingston Bridge

Easily the worst cycle lane in the borough. Ridiculously narrow, inviting cars to pass dangerously close.

It is so much better now that this gate is closed to cars. Let’s keep it that way.

It is so much better now that this gate is closed to cars. Let’s keep it that way.

Car parking here leaves a single lane which often brings cycles and oncoming cars into head-on conflict. The road needs to be a minimum width for safe cycling, even if that has to be at the expense of restricting parking.

Please keep motor vehicles out of the park so that people on foot and bikes and rollerblades (yes I've seen that too now) can enjoy it. Parks are not for cars.

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