Journey Times with CS9

Request ID: FOI-1741-1819
Date published: 23 October 2018

You asked

I have previously made a FOI request FOI-1371-1819 concerning CS9, and have further received a response to a review IRV-051-1819. This explained that you only have data on journey times and not queuing lengths or times. I appreciate that information. Therefore I am making this present request based on journey times. I REQUEST Journey times in the Hammersmith area, for 2021 scenario with Hammersmith Gyratory and Cycle Superhighway 9 projects in place, and for comparison, 2017 or 2021 values with no Gyratory or CS9 projects in place for the following journeys WHICH DO NOT APPEAR IN THE PUBLISHED SUMMARY MODELLING RESULTS 1] 220 BUS - Goldhawk Road to Hammersmith Bus Station - southbound on Shepherds Bush Road 2] 220 BUS - Putney Bridge Station to Hammersmith Bus Station - northbound on Fulham Palace Road The following requests are for journey times for general traffic 3] Fulham Road to Hammersmith Gyratory - northbound on Fulham Palace Road 4] Goldhawk Road to Hammersmith Gyratory southbound on Shepherds Bush Road 5] Warwick Rd to Hammersmith Gyratory westbound on West Cromwell Rd / Talgarth Rd 6] Hogarth Roundabout to Hammersmith Gyratory eastbound on Great West Road / Hammersmith Bridge Road 7] Holland Road to Hammersmith Gyratory westbound Hammersmith Road 8] Goldhawk Road to Hammersmith Gyratory - eastbound on King Street / Studland Road / Glenthorne Road / Beadon Road

We answered

TfL Ref: 1741-1819

Thank you for your email received by us on 27 September 2018 asking for information about traffic and bus journey times in relation to the Cycle Superhighway 9 consultation following your previous request for information (reference: 1371-1819).

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 some of the information you require. You asked for the following:
I REQUEST Journey times in the Hammersmith area, for 2021 scenario with Hammersmith Gyratory and Cycle Superhighway 9 projects in place, and for comparison, 2017 or 2021 values with no Gyratory or CS9 projects in place for the following journeys WHICH DO NOT APPEAR IN THE PUBLISHED SUMMARY MODELLING RESULTS.
1] 220 BUS - Goldhawk Road to Hammersmith Bus Station - southbound on Shepherds Bush Road
2] 220 BUS - Putney Bridge Station to Hammersmith Bus Station - northbound on Fulham Palace Road
The following requests are for journey times for general traffic
3] Fulham Road to Hammersmith Gyratory - northbound on Fulham Palace Road
4] Goldhawk Road to Hammersmith Gyratory southbound on Shepherds Bush Road
5] Warwick Rd to Hammersmith Gyratory westbound on West Cromwell Rd / Talgarth Rd
6] Hogarth Roundabout to Hammersmith Gyratory eastbound on Great West Road / Hammersmith Bridge Road
7] Holland Road to Hammersmith Gyratory westbound Hammersmith Road
8] Goldhawk Road to Hammersmith Gyratory - eastbound on King Street / Studland Road / Glenthorne Road / Beadon Road

I can advise that we have reviewed all of the modelling outputs provided at the time of consultation for Cycle Superhighway 9 and there is one additional piece of journey time information that is available, which was not made available for consultation. This is the journey time information between Fulham Palace Road and Shepherds Bush Road and is attached. However, to provide all other data would take longer than 18 hours and so exceed the ‘appropriate limit’ of £450 set by the Freedom of Information (Appropriate Limit and Fees) Regulations 2004. This is because the data is in raw form and would need to be analysed and extracted into a suitable format.

Under section 12 of the FOI Act, we are not obliged to comply with a request if we estimate that the cost of determining whether we hold the information, locating and retrieving it and extracting it from other information would exceed the appropriate limit. This is calculated at £25 per hour for every hour spent on the activities described.

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Yours sincerely

Jasmine Howard
FOI Case Officer
Information Governance
Transport For London

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