Category Archives: Traffic

Bexley Against River Crossings meeting, January 5th Belvedere

The next meeting of Bexley Against River Crossings (BARC) will be at The Belvedere Community Centre, Mitchell Close, Belvedere. on Tuesday 5 January at 2.30pm. Transport for London is conducting yet another consultation: https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/rivercrossings/east-of-silvertown#Gallions reach and Belvedere river crossings with a … Continue reading

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Campaign against east London Thames road bridges. Meeting at Abbey Wood 15th September.

Calling opponents of unsustainable transport schemes and more traffic in Bexley! Transport for London is promoting plans for two road bridges that will increase traffic in Bexley, one at Gallions Reach and one in Belvedere. The former carries the threat … Continue reading

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Thames road bridges opposition group to meet in Bexley on 5th Feb.

A meeting is being held in Bexley Community Library, Bourne Rd, Bexley village,  on Thursday 5th February at 12 noon, to begin building opposition in our Borough to Transport for London’s plans for 2 bridges that would generate more road traffic … Continue reading

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Boris bridges part of flawed ‘tarmac and traffic’ plan. What are the alternatives?

Darren Johnson AM, who is hosting today’s meeting for anti road-bridge campaigners,  has released a report highlighting the projected spend by Boris Johnson on road traffic schemes (the north of Bexley is one of the areas where traffic would increase … Continue reading

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