One of Susan Kramer's (LibDem) electoral pledge was to re-build the South footbridge at North Sheen station. Six month later and nothing has changed, the station is still served by one footbridge accessible from the North side of the level-crossing. This means one cannot reach the platform if the barriers are down which can be for up to over 12 mn with the new timetables.
So what's new? The Richmond and Twickenham Times has printed this article New call for rail bridge at Sheen, probably after a LibDem press release, but how long is this going to take for the works to start?