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New traffic scheme in London, Chiswick, Ealing, Westminster Bridge etc

Reported via desktop in the Streetspace Feedback category anonymously at 17:21, Mon 19 October 2020

Sent to TfL less than a minute later. TfL ref: FMS2348212.

New traffic scheme in London Your message I am sorry to bother you at what must be a really busy time but I have been following the new traffic scheme in Ealing and Chiswick, closing roads to cars, closing off roads etc and trying to push everyone on to riding push bikes and have just seen the proposed scheme for London (London and Westminster bridge no cars and huge areas bicycles only and I wanted to ask if the Mayor was behind this? I can’t use a bike, I can’t walk far I have COPD, Osteoporosis, M.E and Severe Ulcerative Colitis I have to use a car to shop, go to doctor, visit family etc. Why not try to create cleaner air by investing more in Electronic Cars rather than stopping car drivers getting anywhere pushing them all down just a few roads and creating even more pollution? If this is nothing to do with the Mayor then I am sorry to have bothered you, I have always voted Labour since 1978 but if this is a Labour plan then I can no longer do so nor will my friends who drive. Please do not take this the wrong way I just feel really upset at the moment. Kind Regards.

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    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by TfL at 09:18, Tue 20 October 2020

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