Until the end of October 2020, London Bridge is closed in both directions to all traffic except coaches and buses, licensed taxis, motorcyclists and cyclists. However, the journey over the bridge may take longer than normal.
TfL have introduced reduced speed limits across 8.9km of London roads within the Congestion Charging Zone from Monday 2 March 2020. This is a significant move to reduce road danger across the capital. The new 20mph speed limits will be enforced across all TfL roads within the Congestion Charging Zone and are supported by new … Continue reading “New 20 mph speed limits on all TfL roads in central London”
Broad Sanctuary (the road that leads from Victoria Street to Parliament Square, by Westminster Abbey) will be closed eastbound from 1 to 23 April 2020. For coaches travelling towards Whitehall, turn right at Great Smith Street, ahead Marsham Street, left into Horseferry Road, then Millbank, ahead into Abingdon Street to Parliament Square.
At the London Tourist Coach Operators Association / Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport workshop on Operating Coaches in London in September 2019, Mark Anderson, MD of Anderson Travel presented the view from the industry. He concluded with an action plan for all those involved with the industry (i.e. both operators and stakeholders). Effective communication … Continue reading “The ‘Anderson’ Plan to improve Coach Operation in London launched”
The west side of Russell Square is now closed until 3 April 2020 to allow for gas main works. Local diversions are in place.
Advance notice that Abingdon Street, which is part of the road network from Millbank to Parliament Square will be closed from Monday 27 April until early July 2020 for security gate installation work. Traffic will be diverted via Horseferry Road and Marsham Street.
With the rapidly changing situation in the COVID-19 situation, we have taken the decision to postpone the workshop on the ‘Future of the Coach in London’ on 30 March 2020 until later in the year, once the situation becomes clearer. This decision was not taken lightly, as we recognise that this is a time that … Continue reading “The Future of the Coach in London – Workshop Postponed”