Walking route between Euston and St Pancras on its way on 13/09/2011
London TravelWatch, the watchdog for transport users in and around London, has long-promoted a better pedestrian link between Euston, St Pancras and King’s Cross, and a meeting on Tuesday 13 September with representatives from Camden and the rail industry heard that progress on this much-needed link has been made.
Gail Engert, Chair, London TravelWatch’s Transport Services Committee, said: “We are delighted that Camden council is progressing the first part of the scheme: improving pavements, lighting and better signage. There is potential for an important pedestrian link between Euston, St Pancras and King’s Cross, and at present the choices are short, busy bus journeys, crowded short tube journey or an unpleasant walk along Euston Road.
“We are delighted that progress has been made, and pressed for this progress to continue at this morning’s meeting, including a step-free entrance at Euston on Eversholt St.”
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