Redbridge council to request £4m from TfL as part of Local Implementation Plan (LIP) bid

Council in £4m bid for road improvements

Council in £4m bid for road improvements

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East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter - Waltham Forest

Road users could see significant improvements to transport infrastructure following a multi-million pound bid for investment. 

Projects to improve highways, reduce accidents and encourage healthier journeys by foot and bike are being proposed by Redbridge council. 

A Local Implementation Plan (LIP) bid for £4million funding to Transport for London (TfL) will be made following a meeting on Wednesday. 

The projects include road renewal, bridge strengthening, accident remediation, bus stop accessbility improvements and cycle parking at bus and train stations. 

 

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10:41am Fri 29 Aug 14

DaveInTheForest says...

Yes - we need more unused cycle parking!
Yes - we need more unused cycle parking! DaveInTheForest
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