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Earlier we responded to an incident where scaffolding fell onto a double decker bus on Gonville St. Thankfully no injuries, road now cleared
Routes 39 85 93 265 270 414 in Gonville Street, SW15 is now CLEAR from earlier incident. Buses back to normal line of route.
– Ken Davidson, TfL's Head of Bus Operations
At around 13:25 on Tuesday 26 November a route 414 double deck bus, operated by Abellio, struck scaffolding on Gonville Street near Putney Bridge Underground Station SW6.
There are no reported injuries.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) are currently assessing the safe removal of the bus and scaffolding until which time the road will remain closed.
There will be an investigation into this incident.
Routes 39, 85, 93, 265, 270 and 414 are currently on diversion.
Scaffolding has crashed onto a bus in a street in Fulham. Transport or London says no one was injured following the incident on Gonville Street at lunchtime today.
The leader of the RMT union, which represents workers on the Underground, has said that strikes are likely to be held in January.
The union intends to ballot its members for industrial action over plans to cut hundreds of jobs and close ticket offices across the tube network.
Bob Crow told LBC 97.3 that the union planned to strike for several days in the new year.
Leon Daniels from Transport for London offered his deepest sympathies after the latest death and appealed for all road users to look out for each other.
We are deeply saddened by this incidentand our thoughts are also with the family and friends of the other cyclists whohave recently lost their lives.
Cycling in London is growing, with almost double the number of cycle journeys on main roads in the capital than ten years ago. We are investing heavily in our cycling programme and our aim is to make cycling as safe as possible, with measures such as improved cycle routes and junctions across London.
– Leon Daniels, Managing Director of TfL Surface Transport
The safety of all road users is and remains a key priority for us. We have a number of safety campaigns targeting both drivers and cyclists underway across London which highlight the issues which could cause collisions. We would appeal to everyone to look out for each other and follow the rules of the road to remain safe."
Faryal Velmi from Transport For All says the ramps help unlock the capital for many people in wheelchairs.
Inorder to provide level access between the platform and the trains, LondonUnderground, in recent years, has successfully installed platform humps at anumber of stations and we now have boarding ramps at 35 key locationsacross the network.
– Phil Hufton, London Underground’s Chief Operating Officer
However, Kilburn station was not one of these because the platforms are higher than the train, which means that the current design of ramp is not suitable. We are keen to improve on the work that has already been done to improve accessibility across the transport network and we are actively investigating what can be done to resolve this issue at Kilburn.