Local residents firmly said ‘no’, given the local issues it created.
Bus users (primarily parents with children, the elderly, disabled and vulnerable) who will have increased journey times.
Delivery vehicles, construction traffic, local motorists and emergency vehicles stuck in increased tailbacks.
Local businesses whose trade will suffer, risking the closure of some local shops.
Local residents who will have more vehicles using their residential streets as short cuts, as well as increased pollution, increased gridlock when leaving London