Tell Westminster Council their plans for the Strand Aldwych area would make things worse on the Embankment.
We understand that Westminster Council is proposing to change Aldwych from a high-speed gyratory of up to five lanes to a two-way road and pedestrianise, fully or in-part, sections of the Strand between its Aldwych junctions.
We welcome the objectives to improve the public realm, links for walking and cycling and air quality, as well as support the local economy, culture, education and innovation.
However, reducing road space for motor vehicles would put even more pressure on the Embankment, a road of unique economic importance to East London.
Before Westminster Council implement their plans, tell them to call on the City of London to accommodate a rerouting of the East-West cycle superhighway, for the benefit of all road users.