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Jennette Arnold, (Greater London Assembly Member for the KX area) has won a major concession from Transport for London in a bid to ensure the safety of all road users in King’s Cross. TfL said yesterday: “The Kings Cross one … Continue reading
The excellent London Cycling Campaign, Road Peace and London Living Streets invite cyclists, pedestrians and motor vehicle users who want to make our roads safe for all to use to a vigil at the junction of Euston/Pentonville Roads and York … Continue reading
From 9 January 2012 to 9 January 2013 the left turn at the junction of Euston Road/Pentonville Road into York Way will be suspended at certain times of the day whilst Transport for London (TfL) undertakes limited improvements.
In a heart-rending interview in this week’s Camden New Journal, Deep Lee’s (Min Joo Lee) boyfriend Kenji Hirasawa reveals that TfL have approached him to remove the ghost bike placed as a memorial to her tragic and totally avoidable death on the notorious King’s … Continue reading
At yesterday’s Greater London Assembly plenary session, member Jenny Jones put forward an important motion for discussion which was supported by, among many others, our local Greater London Assembly member Jennette Arnold: “This Assembly deeply regrets the deaths of cyclists on London’s road network and wishes to … Continue reading
Team Cally writes: ‘We were set up to improve the way that decisions are taken in Caledonian Ward, Islington (the area just northeast of KX station). We would like to invite you to the next Ward Partnership meeting so that we … Continue reading
When visitors arrive in London by exiting from the front of King’s Cross in future, they may well be greeted by this sight, if developers are successful. A company has applied for permission to build a 7-storey, 167-room hotel squarely … Continue reading