Beckenham Road Safety

Beckenham has seen very little road safety improvements over the last 10 years.  Notorious rat-runs and speeding hotspots have been ignored; dangerous junctions have been ignored; un-safe crossing points have been ignored; calls from local people to improve road safety have been ignored. 

Last year over 1400 signed our petition for a crossing on Copers Cope Road by New Beckenham Station on route to Worsley Bridge School -  the Council installed an inadequate small refuge island and nothing has been done to deal with the prolific speeding along this road. We continue to campaign for a proper pedestrain crossing here and for speeding to be dealt with.

Currently 2800 people have signed our petition for a safe crossing on Village Way on route to the Harris Academies on Manor Way - the Council are proposing a refuge island instead of an actual crossing. This campaign has been picked up by the BBC, so shocking is the lack of a safe crossing on a main route to school.

The rest of London is implementing innovative schemes to make streets safer for pedestrians and more liveable - Bromley Council are lagging behind and local people are being short-changed.

What can you do?

  1. Sign the Safer to School | Safer for All pledge to change Bromley Council's road safety, especially their requirement for Killed or Seriously Injured (KSI) statistics before taking action. Sign here

2. Sign the individual road safety campaigns to make roads safer for local people.