Posted some thoughts as comments on this Going Underground post:
Wouldn't it great if the London transport network was more joined-up?
Why are the two Edgware road stations not joined as one?
Same question for the different Hammersmith station: why doesn't the Hammersmith & City line not going a bit further underground to join the District/Circle lines stations?)
In Putney, why did they put tube and rail stations 150 m apart despite those two lines intersecting?
What would it take to make this world-class (and maybe Olympic-class)?
There would be immense benefits in commute time, as long changeovers can add 10-15 mn to a journey and are a major put off for people.
Rethinking those stations would help commuters, much more than charging people for entering in the city by car -which no one in their right mind would do if they truly had the choice.
Oh, and another thing would be to make the tube and trains more accessible. There are very few lifts in the tube, and I've been campaigning for quite a while to install a new footbridge in North Sheen. Of course it would be better to find ways to make the station accessible to wheelchairs (and buggies), especially since Richmond isn't either....
Tags: tube, richmond, north, sheen, footbridge, transportation, richmondtransits.blog