Congestion and air quality issues from Lower Road and
along Jamaica Road
Inadequate current and
projected capacity of peak hour trains on Jubilee Line.
No escalator access from
Canada Water bus stop or tube exits to street level.
pedestrian access to/from shopping facilities
Poor personal security,
lighting and maintenance on the footpaths and cycle ways
throughout the peninsula. No clear mapping of routes.
No current alternative to car
useage for residents with heavy shopping.
Poor vehicle access/egress to
No shopmobility provision for
persons with special needs
Inadequate linkage by all
transport modes of the development site to Albion Street,
Lower Road, Leisure complex and tourist areas e.g. Brunel
Opportunities for the
long term success of Canada Water
Transport study in line with
the requirements of PPG13 to consider all the points
Major redesign of road
structures to reduce peak hour congestion a
radical "Limehouse link" approach.
All access/egress for all
transport modes (pedestrian, cycle and vehicle) to the
development site to be examined in the context of
regeneration of Albion Street and lower Road, usage of
the leisure complex and potential tourist flows.
Additional access road into
Controlled Parking Zones
if implemented should extend to the
Development mix should not
encourage increased peak hour tube use on the Jubilee
Canada Water tube station
should be fully served at all entrances and exit s with
escalators and lifts.
All pedestrian routes to and
from shops within the development site should be
Pedestrian routes and cycle
ways should be marked, routes should be displayed on
permanent maps, lighting and maintenance improved,
regular police patrols should be undertaken and cctv
security cameras installed at potential crime locations.
There should be sufficient
parking to for local essential shopping and other needs.
Shoppers should be encouraged
to take home shopping on trolleys. Trolleys should be
useable within the whole of the Canada Water development
site and such that they could be deposited adjacent to
the Canada Water bus station and at the head of
escalators. E.g. trolley parks within 50 metres of every
resident on the peninsula with trolleys returned daily to
the central site.
Electrical buggies, suitable
for carrying shopping and for use on cycle paths should
be available to rent at competitive cost.
Shopmobility buggies should
be available at Canada Water Tube and Bus stations for
disabled or other persons with special needs.