Oak Avenue - Proposed Pedestrian Crossing

Closed 5 Nov 2023

Opened 22 Sep 2023

Results updated 20 Nov 2023

Thank you to all those who responded to the consultation.

You can read about the feedback we received and the decision that was made here.


Please note the closing date has now been extended to Sunday 5th November.

Richmond Council would like to hear your views on a proposal to introduce a new signalised pedestrian crossing on Oak Avenue, Hampton.

The Council received a petition to install a new pedestrian crossing on Oak Avenue in the vicinity of Old Farm Road and South Road.  In response, traffic surveys were undertaken to determine whether there was sufficient justification.  

Although pedestrian crossing movements were modest, the volume of traffic recorded was high and it is recognised that crossing the road, particularly during peak times, can be problematic for pedestrians. 

A site assessment was undertaken, and it was concluded there is only one feasible location due to the larger number of vehicle driveways in the area. This was on Oak Avenue just south of its junction with Langridge Mews.  

A crossing in this location would assist bus users accessing the southbound bus stop and facilitate pedestrian movements to/from Old Farm Road.

The proposed pedestrian crossing is shown here and includes:

  • A signalised pedestrian crossing on a raised table
  • Removal of 3 existing speed cushions
  • Shortening the existing bus-stop clearway to 17 metres
  • Removal of double yellow lines in the area of the proposed zig zag lines

Have your say

Please give us your views using the online survey below. If you require the questionnaire in paper form or another format please contact trafficandengineering@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk or call 020 8871 8467

What happens next

All feedback will be considered before a decision is made.


  • Hampton North


  • Open to all


  • Richmond Borough