On 22 May 2017, the City of London Corporation’s experimental safety scheme, Bank on Safety, became operational for up to 18 months. This means only pedal cyclists and buses are permitted to cross Bank Junction from 7am to 7pm, Monday to Friday.
 
We would like feedback concerning your experiences since Bank on Safety has gone live, compared to how it was previously.

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How do you normally travel in the vicinity (i.e. streets that bypass Bank Junction - Cannon Street, Bishopsgate, etc) and through or near (i.e. on the approach arms) Bank Junction?

  through or near Bank Junction in the vicinity of Bank Junction
Walk
Pedal cycle
Bus driver
Bus passenger
Taxi or private hire driver
Taxi or private hire passenger
Motorcycle
Commercial driver 
Private vehicle driver
I do not travel in this area
Bank on Safety has four key success criteria, they are:
  • Must significantly improve road safety.
  • Maintain the ability for businesses to reasonably undertake servicing, deliveries and critical business movements.
  • Must not worsen the overall air quality in the wider area and desirably reduces pollution in the immediate location of the junction.
  • Must not unreasonably impact traffic flow, whilst preferably improving bus journey times
We are formally collecting monitoring data to verify the outcome of the experiment. We would like your comments on whether you think we are meeting these objectives in the questions to follow (this can be about Bank Junction or the surrounding area).

* What do you think is working well since Bank on Safety became operational?

* What do you think is not working well since Bank on Safety became operational?

The idea of experimenting with this scheme is to see how it works in practice before making a decision on whether it should be made permanent. The monitoring work combined with this consultation and feedback will be presented to Members at the City of London prior to any decision being taken on the permanency of this experiment. 

* Given your experiences, since the Bank on Safety scheme became operational, do you support these changes to becoming permanent?

* Any additional comments that you would like to make:

* Please provide the following details to confirm your consultation submission

The City of London Corporation complies with the Data Protection Act 1998 in managing personal information. All personal information, including contact details provided in this form will be used solely for the purposes of this project, and to keep you up to date with the proposed works. No personal information will be passed to any third party and all details will be destroyed at the end of this project. 

The personal information you enter here will be stored and processed by Survey Monkey using its servers in the USA, in accordance with its privacy policy and the Safe Harbor scheme. It will then be transferred to the CoL when formulating the survey results. The CoL will process your information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, and will use your information in relation to Bank on Safety and All Change at Bank where permitted as part of this survey and will not share it further with any third parties. By entering your information here, you are confirming that you consent to your information being processed in this way. For further information please write to the Data Protection Officer, Department for the Built Environment, City of London, PO box 270, Guildhall, London EC2P 2EJ.

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