New name for King’s Cross Station campaign


At the first campaign organisers meeting last week, the campaign pressing Network Rail to replace the entrances to the station that will be closed as a result of current redevelopment with a pedestrian and cycle bridge gained a new name: Battlebridge Crossing.

This week's Islington Gazette has carried an article about the Mayor's Transport guru, Kulveer Ranger, pledging his and Transport for London's support for the campaign.

You can support the campaign in various ways:

1. Sign the petition and get all your contacts to do the same.

2. Write to your MP asking them to press the Transport Minister to get Network Rail to fund and build the bridge we need (it'll cost less than 1% of the station redevelopment budget).

3. Join us leafleting outside the new Guardian offices next week.

You can get the latest news about the campaign by subscribing to the campaign blog.

About Sophie Talbot

Sophie runs a small business designing websites for small businesses and community groups. She also manages King's Cross Community Projects
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One Response to New name for King’s Cross Station campaign

  1. Gregory says:

    Valuable archival info here. Note, Islington Gazette article has moved. Also this article and some external newspaper sites including the Guardian, CNJ and Gazette link to the campaign website which has moved to Japan. regards G

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