Traffic Surveys in Possession of TFL for Traffic on Royal Hospital Road/Lower Sloane Street

M.F. Doyle made this Freedom of Information request to Transport for London

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Dear Transport for London,

Please may I have any and all traffic surveys in TFL's possession, whether commissioned by you or received from another party within the past 5 years, concerning traffic on the following roads in Kensington & Chelsea: Royal Hospital Road, Lower Sloane Street, Chelsea Bridge Road, Pimlico Road. I would like the complete surveys with any associated data commissioned or received by TFL.

I was told by RBKC Council that TFL has at least 1 survey of this area that was conducted as part of the Chelsea Barracks development. I also spoke with TFL contractors in November, 2016, who were taking traffic counts.

Yours faithfully,

M.F. Doyle

FOI, Transport for London

Dear M F Doyle

TfL Ref: 2011-1617

Thank you for your request received by Transport for London (TfL) on 17 January 2017 asking for information about Traffic Surveys in Possession of TFL for Traffic on Royal Hospital Road/Lower Sloane Street.

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Yours sincerely

Sara Thomas
FOI Case Officer
FOI Case Management Team
General Counsel
Transport for London

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FOI, Transport for London

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Dear M F Doyle

 

TfL Ref: 2056-1617

 

Thank you for your email received on 17 January 2017 asking for
information about traffic surveys for traffic on Royal Hospital Road/Lower
Sloane Street.

 

Your request has been considered in accordance with the requirements of
the Freedom of Information Act and our information access policy. I can
confirm that we hold the information you require.

 

Please find attached the traffic surveys that we hold from the past five
years for the following roads in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
- Royal Hospital Road, Lower Sloane Street, Chelsea Bridge Road and
Pimlico Road.

 

There are 15 Ad Hoc traffic surveys which have taken place since 2011, in
addition there is also a Central Cordon Survey that contains data from
2010 onwards.

 

1.    12 April 2016  - LON Victoria Terminus

2.    21 May 2013 – Chelsea Bridge/Ebury Bridge Road

3.    28 February 2015 – Royal Hospital Road

4.    27 February 2015 – Royal Hospital Road

5.    26 February 2015 – Royal Hospital Road

6.    25 February 2015 – Royal Hospital Road

7.    24 February 2015 – Royal Hospital Road

8.    2 March 2015 – Royal Hospital Road

9.    1 March 2015 – Royal Hospital Road

10.  25 November 2015 – Lower Sloane Street/Pimlico Road/Royal Hospital
Road/Chelsea Bridge Road

11.   3 March 2015 – Chelsea Bridge Road/Ebury Bridge Road

12.   29 February 2012 – Pimlico Road/Ebury Bridge/Buckingham Palace Road

13.   23 February 2012 - Lower Sloane Street/Pimlico Road/Royal Hospital
Road/Chelsea Bridge Road

14.   26 March 2012 - Lower Sloane Street/Pimlico Road/Royal Hospital
Road/Chelsea Bridge Road

15.  18 April 2012 - Lower Sloane Street/Pimlico Road/Royal Hospital
Road/Chelsea Bridge Road

 

Please see below a list of the abbreviations explained:

 

Car/LGV = Car / Light Goods Vehicle

Lon TAXI = Black Cab

R2 = Rigid Goods Vehicles with two axles

HGV = Heavy Good Vehicle

PSV = Public Service Vehicle

MC = Motor cycle

PC = Pedal cycle

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

Sara Thomas

FOI Case Management Team

General Counsel

Transport for London

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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