CS9

Request ID: FOI-1371-1819
Date published: 04 December 2018

You asked

On 31 January 2018 I sent you an email suggesting that the queuing times that would occur with CS9 in place would be significant. That email is listed below and the original attachment also attached to this email. I note that i had no reply to that email. I am now formally requesting as a Freedom of Information Request the results of any traffic infrmation and modelling TfL has carried out or commissioned for the following at Hammersmith Gyratory - at present and after CS9 has been built. The present and future values for peak AM hour and peak PM hour for a term-time weekday of the average length of a queue and the time for a vehicle at the back of the queue to clear the gyratory and the greatest length of a queue during a week and the time for a vehicle at the back of that queue to clear the gyratory for each of the approaches to Hammersmith gyratory, namely Fulham Palace Rd Hammersmith Bridge Rd / Great West Rd / Castelnau Beadon Rd / Glenthorne Rd / King Street Shepherds Bush Rd Hammersmith Rd / Kensington High Street. Talgarth Rd / West Cromwell Rd / Cromwell Rd Note that the A4 Great West Road and Talgarth Rd are part of the Transport for London Road Network [TLRN] – red routes Thank you

We answered

TfL Ref: 1371-1819

Thank you for your email received by us on 15 August 2018 asking for information about the Hammersmith Gyratory and Cycle Superhighway (CS) 9 route.

Your request has been considered in accordance with the requirements of the Environmental Information Regulations and our information access policy. I can confirm that we hold the information you require. You asked for:

results of any traffic information and modelling TfL has carried out or commissioned for the following at Hammersmith Gyratory - at present and after CS9 has been built

The present and future values for peak AM hour and peak PM hour for a term-time weekday of the average length of a queue and the time for a vehicle at the back of the queue to clear the gyratory and the greatest length of a queue during a week and the time for a vehicle at the back of that queue to clear the gyratory for each of the approaches to Hammersmith gyratory, namely Fulham Palace Rd Hammersmith Bridge Rd / Great West Rd / Castelnau Beadon Rd / Glenthorne Rd / King Street Shepherds Bush Rd Hammersmith Rd / Kensington High Street. Talgarth Rd / West Cromwell Rd / Cromwell Rd Note that the A4 Great West Road and Talgarth Rd are part of the Transport for London Road Network [TLRN] – red routes

Please find attached the requested modelling results which were published as part of the consultation for the Hammersmith Gyratory and Cycle Superhighway 9.

If this is not the information you are looking for, or if you are unable to access it for any reason, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Please see the attached information sheet for details of your right to appeal as well as information on copyright and what to do if you would like to re-use any of the information we have disclosed.

Yours sincerely

Jasmine Howard
FOI Case Officer
Information Governance
Transport For London

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