St Mark's Square Bus Priority Consultation

Closed 6 Jan 2024

Opened 6 Dec 2023


We want our streets to have more safe space for everyone to walk and cycle, for children to get to and from school safely and healthily, for businesses to be able to flourish, to reduce carbon emissions from vehicles and for you to be breathing cleaner air.

We want our streets to provide a lasting legacy of greener, safer, healthier travel.

As 69% of households in Camden do not own a car and public transport use remains much lower than before the pandemic, we know that safe and easy walking, cycling and scooting routes are more important than ever. Supporting and encouraging those who are able to walk and cycle, by creating safer streets will ensure that there is more space available on public transport and on our roads for those who need it the most.

Photo of Regent's Park Road looking East from the bridge to Bus Stop A.

Why your views matter

We are seeking your views on changes to the bus stops on St Mark's Square/Regent's Park Road to improve bus journey times and reliability.

Transport for London has identified St Mark's Square/Regent's Park Road as a key area needing bus journey time improvements. In response, we are proposing changes to improve bus journey time reliability for bus number 274 which runs along Regent's Park Road. The Single Yellow Lines in this area are used by vehicles as a place to park which stops buses from passing through and causing delays. We are now consulting on the following measures:

  • Widen the footway adjacent to Bus Stop A outside 29-33 Regent’s Park Road. This would provide more space for pedestrians to walk.
  • Introduce Double Yellow Lines with double kerb markings (no parking/waiting at any time) next to Bus Stop K outside 8 Regent's Park Road, Bus Stop A outside 29 Regent's Park Road, on the bridge and on St Mark's Square so that buses are not delayed by parked vehicles.

To view the plans, click on the links in the Related Section at the bottom of this page.

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What happens next

After the consultation, a decision report will be produced and published online via our website. Local residents and stakeholders will be notified of the outcome. The report will consider a broad range of information including officer observations, consultation responses, relevant policies, and other data/information.

All of this information will be considered in making recommendations in the report about whether the proposed changes should be constructed under a permanent Traffic Management Order.


  • Camden Town with Primrose Hill


  • Anyone from any background


  • Transport and streets