This may interest you – just in from Claire at Transport For London:
“The signal timings at Kennington Cross junction operate using London’s SCOOT system. This technology optimises signal timings according to live on-street demand. Therefore the green timings below are an average of the junction operation. Following the concerns raised regarding blocking of crossing points, this junction has been included in the timing review programme for 2019/20. Therefore signal timings are likely to change in the coming months with the aim to address this issue. I hope this is helpful and do feel free to come back to me if I can be of any further help.”
|Green Lengths Kennington Cross (seconds)|
|AM Peak||Off-Peak||PM Peak|
|Kennington Lane EB||33-37||18-22||31-35|
|Kennington Lane WB||33-37||18-22||31-35|
|Kennington Road NB||16-20||11-16||18-22|
|Kennington Road SB||16-20||11-16||18-22|
|Pedestrian Green Man||6||6||6|
Six seconds seems even shorter when you experience it.
And just let ME have a moan – some happy snaps of motorists who don’t respect the Advance Cycle Box.
Cllr Jon Davies