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  • TFL issue bus strike advice

    By JulieGK at 18:20 on 21/06/12
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    Transport for London has issued contingency travel advice if tomorrow's (Friday's) bus strike goes ahead. TfL is calling on the leadership of the Unite union to call off tomorrow's industrial action, but is warning Londoners that if the strike does go ahead bus services could be severely disrupted. If the strike does go ahead TfL is urging passengers to use other transport options, or to walk or cycle where possible. The average bus...
  • Riders of Stoke Newington, take note: cyclists are uniting across London in the run up to the mayoral elections

    By Sophie_RT at 11:42 on 16/01/12
    Cyclists are seeking better representation from mayoral candidates in the run up to the 2012 elections
    A new movement called Londoners on Bikes is being formed by cyclists across the Capital who want to make their voices better heard by mayoral candidates in the run up to the election in May. With the aim of forming a solid voting 'block' that will force candidates to take note of concerns held by the London cyclists, Londoners on Bikes is asking those with an interest in cycling safety in the capital to get involved and spread the...
  • Still time to have your say on the Stoke Newington one way system...

    By RosieWatts at 17:31 on 25/11/10
    Can we ease the traffic?
    Residents and businesses are reminded there is still time to have their say about the A10 Stoke Newington gyratory duringHackney Council's public consultation, until January 2011, to look into options for managing traffic in the area. The current road system, known as a gyratory, consists of a network of clockwise one way roads that forms part of theTransport for London Road Network. Originally introduced approximately forty years ago...
  • Do we need a one way traffic system in Stokey?

    By RosieWatts at 11:38 on 26/10/10
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      Now unless you've lived on planet Mars you will know that this involves a traffic system, known as a gyratory, consists of a network of clockwise one way roads which includes: Stoke Newington High Street; part of Rectory Road, the western ends of Brooke Road and Northwold Road; Manse Road; and the western end of Evering Road. N16 residents and local businesses have been invited to share their views during Hackney...
  • Charging point available to Stoke Newington electric vehicle drivers!!!!!

    By RosieWatts at 15:43 on 27/09/10
    Charging in Hackney
    I appreciate that for most of you reading this, this will be, for the time being at least, just a local knowledge piece of information. But as the environment is still a massive issue, Hackney Council have moved a step forward to make things easier. Hackney officially launched its first publicly accessible electric vehicle charging point in Dalston on Thursday September 23. The Council is committed to helping people to travel in...

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