June 20, 2018
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This is the Brent Cyclists response to this consultation (ended 28 July 2017).

This is the response from Brent Cyclists, the local group of the London Cycling Campaign. We agree with the scheme but wish to query the way the zigzag lines are shown on the plan for traffic entering Drury Way. The road does not have two lanes entering, so why are three sets of zigzags shown? Further, as only a B-class road, and one near schools, we think Drury Way should have a 20mph limit. It is wide enough to have cycle lanes (which could in part use space that could be recovered by removing centre-hatching), and, if such lanes were painted, these would visually narrow the traffic lanes and help to restrain speeds.

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