Have your say on TfL proposal to help people walk and cycle between Hounslow and Brentford Town Centres

Transport for London is carrying out a consultation on proposals to help people to walk and cycle on Brentford High Street and London Road, between Hounslow and Brentford town centres.

Published: Thursday, 6th January 2022

Cllr Hanif Khan

We’d like to know your thoughts on our proposals and we are holding a six-week consultation on them.

How can you get involved?

You can read more about the proposals and respond to the consultation on TfL’s website tfl.gov.uk/hounslow-brentford. You will need to register your email address before you can submit a response, TfL will keep your information secure and, once we have made a decision on how to proceed, we will use your email address to let you know the outcomes of the consultation. If you would prefer not to submit a response online you can send your thoughts in writing:
By email to haveyoursay@tfl.gov.uk
You can also call us on 020 3054 6037 and leave a message.
The consultation is open for six weeks: the closing date for comments is Wednesday 16 February.  
Councillor Hanif Khan, Hounslow Council Cabinet Member for Transport, said:
“This consultation is a great opportunity for anyone who lives, works or visits our borough to give their views on TfL’s proposal to extend cycleway 9, from Brentford to Hounslow. I would like to encourage as many people as possible to get involved in the conversation.  The ability for more people to have safer cycling journeys, and to connect more areas of London to a cycling network, is a vital part of our work to support healthier lifestyles, free up space on public transport, and encourage more people away from private car journeys.”


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