Better local transport links

We campaigned successfully to have the A21 dualled between Tonbridge and Pembury, but there are further improvements needed to our roads and rail services on which we all rely, as well as making the area more cycle friendly. 

 

News

Station mural successfully reinstalled

The station mural erected in 2017 to celebrate the history of Tunbridge Wells has been re-erected following structural work on the bridge above the platforms.

An update on High Brooms

Following his submission to Network Rail in support of their new proposal to build a bridge between platforms 1 and 2 with lift access, Greg provides an update to constituents on his ongoing campaign to improve access at the High Brooms station. 

Greg backs renewed bid for High Brooms access

Greg has submitted his letter of support for Network Rail's renewed bid to improve access at High Brooms Station, after he successfully campaigned for the station to be awarded Access for All Funding worth £785,000 in 2020. 

285 Bus Service Saved

Tunbridge Wells MP Greg Clark announced today that success had been reached in saving the 285 bus service which had been expected to end on the 1st April.

285 bus - an update

I thought you might appreciate an update on what is happening about the 285 Bus Service from Hawkenbury to the Town centre.

Time to make flexi tickets more flexible

Six months on since helping to secure the introduction of flexible ticketing on the UK's railways, Greg has written to the Secretary of State for Transport to renew his call, as outlined in his Times of Tunbridge Wells column last June, for further options to be introduced in the flexi-ticket ran

Greg pushes for new solution to High Brooms access

Greg has expressed his disappointed that a feasibility study has ruled out a new passenger ramp at High Brooms station, but welcomed a decision by Network Rail to plan instead for a lift and footbridge

We can take flexible ticketing further

Following Greg's successful campaign, flexible tickets were finally introduced on the rail network on Monday 21 June for use on the 28 June.