Reported via iOS in the Pavement Overcrowding category anonymously at 22:05, Tuesday 15 March 2022
Sent to TfL less than a minute later.
TfL ref: FMS3391597.
The share usage signs on the west side pavement of Kew Bridge were removed, when the pavement was narrowed to allow for extra Lane of traffic. This side of the bridge is too narrow for pedestrians and cyclists to use. However, it looks like one of the signs was not removed at the southern end of the bridge, so cyclists are still using it. It’s dangerous for pedestrians and also risk cyclist could easily end veering off the pavement into heavy traffic. The signage needs needs removing.
The east side of the bridge pavement is also designated shared usage and remains safe to use.