New Mayor must act on Angel crossing, says Bridget

12 March, 2008 at 7:05 pm Leave a comment

Liberal Democrat campaigner Bridget Fox is calling on London’s Mayoral candidates to listen to local people and act on the dangerous Angel crossing.

The crossing, between Angel tube and Liverpool Road, is used by thousands of pedestrians every day. In 2004 Bridget Fox launched a campaign to get the crossing redesigned; thousands of people signed her petition, and she got the backing of Islington Council.

Now she’s urging voters to ensure that London’s future Mayor will listen and act, to make the Angel crossing safer for everyone.

“Brian Paddick knows Islington and has listened very positively to our views on Angel crossing. It’s time for a fresh approach.”

Read the full story here.

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