Improvements to Highbury Corner – have your say!

intro cgiTransport for London are proposing a number of changes to Highbury Corner as part of their Road Modernisation Plan and want your views! Working jointly with Islington Council, they are consulting on proposals aiming to make Highbury Corner more pleasant and accessible for all users, with improved facilities for pedestrians and cyclists.

Take part in the consultation here:
Online Survey

This consultation closes on Sunday, 20 March 2016

Main Changes

Below we’ve set out the main changes, and you can read the full proposals here:

Highbury corner map

TfL and Islington Council are proposing to transform Highbury Corner by changing the one-way roundabout into a two-way traffic system. The proposed closure of the western side of the roundabout together with a larger station square would create a new public space.

Road layout changes

  • removal of the one-way system
  • closure of the western side of the roundabout
  • improved pedestrian facilities
  • new cycling facilities

Other changes

  • changes to traffic movements
  • some local road closures
  • loading and disabled parking changes, and taxi rank provision
  • changes to trees

Bus service changes

  • withdrawal of route 277 between Highbury Corner and Dalston
  • additional buses on route 30

Options for a new public space

The proposals would change the way in which people currently use and travel through the area, and TfL and Islington Council would like to hear your views on them.


Drop-in Sessions

There will also be three drop-in events at which you can view the proposals in detail and speak to representatives of TfL and Islington Council.

Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, London N1 2UN

Wednesday, 24 February 15:00 – 19:00
Saturday, 27 February 09:30 – 13:30
Monday, 29 February 10:00 – 14:00


Take Part in the Consultation

Take part in the consultation here:
Online Survey

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