'Bureaucracy and Inaction' Alive and Well In Gunnersbury
Cyclists await verdict on where they should park their bikes
Cyclists who mounted a campaign against ‘threatening’ signs preventing them from securing their bikes outside Gunnersbury station have been informed that Transport for London is "unable to say who made the decision to take away the current cycle parking facilities."
TfL said in a previous statement that the bicycles had been banned for “health and safety reasons” because they caused an obstruction to the entrance of the station entrance although who made the decision to ban them is yet to be determined.
In a letter to one of the campaigners, TfL Customer Service Advisor wrote, "I regret that the cycle parking issues at this station remain unresolved. Our Cycling Centre of Excellence is looking into what we can do to help with alternative cycle parking facilities, but we are unable to say who made the decision to take away the current cycle parking facilities."
"Good to see bureaucracy and inaction are alive and well under the new mayor." she added.