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Brunel Bridge – a pedestrian and cycling bridge between Rotherhithe and Canary Wharf due for completion by 2020


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TfL Community Consultation Workshops 15:00 Sat 17  June and 18:30 Mon 26 June

It is CRITICAL that we have as much support as possible to show how important the bridge is to us, provide input into the design,  and have it built as soon as possible. We are expecting a NIMBY contingent from outside our area so please make every effort to attend and make your voice heard

Docklands Settlements Community Centre REGISTRATION REQUIRED

email to rivercrossings@tfl.gov.uk stating name, postcode, venue and date requested

Info from TfL here


TfL Procurement Strategy – VOTE IN OUR POLL NOW

3 March 2017  – Status Update from TfL Press Office

Overcrowding at Canada Water makes need for bridge more urgent

Mayor Sadiq Khan says the bridge will be going ahead – to be delivered by 2020

 


Current Status

Now a “committed crossing”

  • TfL have sought expressions of interest from prospective contractors
  • TfL is actively working on the procurement process
  • The mayor has listed prospective funding options

 

This exciting project to join Rotherhithe and Canary Wharf has a well grounded justification and wide support from the community, businesses and politicians.

Enthusiastic political support comes from Sadiq Khan, local MP Neil Coyle, Caroline Pidgeon, Chair of the Transport Committee at the London Assembly and Southwark Council – see our News section for details

Sustrans (an organisation which supports sustainable green transport) has delivered a feasibility study supporting a bridge at this location.

Please take a look at the Sustrans video and show your support at http://www.sustrans.org.uk/bikebridge