Bridget backs fight for Kings Cross access

17 June, 2008 at 1:31 am Leave a comment

Bridget joins campaigners at Kings CrossFor years, residents on the Islington side of Kings Cross have been able to access the north east corner of Kings Cross off York Way near Wharfdale Road. It provides a safe and convenient route into the busy mainline station. But now that pedestrian access is to be lost – as part of the same station rebuilding that will see the main entrance move to the far side, near St Pancras.

Bridget Fox comments, “Like many people, I used this entrance for years on my daily commute. Rebuilding Kings Cross was supposed to bring improved access and links for both the current community and the hundreds of new residents and workers to come. Network Rail are arrogantly ignoring all this.”

Read the full story here.


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