On the bus stop. I do not know yet if that might be improved. Was told at last LJ Neighborhood Planning Forum that between this new entrance and the Farm a raised road surface will be made. Will have to ask if a bus shelter will be put in. I didn't think it of that before. It's well used stop. As posters have pointed out there is no where to sit or shelter when waiting for a bus. The raised surface will replace the road narrowing bits. Idea of raised road surface making it same level as pavement is that this is calming measure. There is one in CHL in Brixton. Which works imo. The road narrowing that is there now doesn't really work. And is regularly vandalised. Presumably by angry car drivers. I had to stop suddenly before it this evening as realised car behind me wasn't going to slow down. Car was trying to catch the lights at crossroads. People definitely speed on Loughborough road in evenings. At the Planning Forum there was some one involved in doing road side speed checks in conjunction with police on hand in his road ( couple of afterwards agreed this isn't good. As irate car drivers will recognise one as a local). From what he said police arent enforcing the 20mph. This is policy of police. Warning letters only. If one is going over 30 then yes they are. A couple of us at meeting didn't quite understand this. It appears local police regards the 20 mph limit as "advisory". That's how they are treating it. Good point about TFL standards. Will ask about that next planning forum. Whether TFL will look to see the money has been spent according to guidelines. Looking at it now lack of bus shelter does seem something to be questioned.