Category: Schemes

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A survey has been launched to work with residents to design a low traffic neighbourhood in the area south of Broadway. A low traffic neighbourhood is a group of residential streets where through motor traffic is discouraged so that the neighbourhood is made more accessible to all.

We want to hear your views and work together to develop the best possible solutions for the area, complete our short survey to share your thoughts.

Find out more about what a Low Traffic Neighbourhood in West Ealing could look like. 

Live West Ealing aims to transform West Ealing by making streets safer, greener and more attractive by encouraging more walking, cycling and public transport use.

Recent surveys have shown that high volumes of traffic pass through the residential streets south of Broadway*. Our response is to work with residents to implement a Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) to help to reduce these numbers. A LTN is a group of residential streets where “through” motor vehicle traffic is discouraged so that children, the elderly and vulnerable people feel more comfortable making journeys on foot or by bike. An LTN may consist of physical changes such as one-way systems, banned turns and/or road closures. These are also complemented with tree planting, cycle parking and improved pedestrian crossings.

The survey will be open online until midnight on 5th January 2020.

For more information and to keep up to date:

Live West Ealing has also partnered with Hello Lamp Post, which provides an innovative way for people to share their feedback, opinions and ideas on public streets and public spaces.

From the end of September 2019, local people will be able to text their feedback on the local area to a phone number displayed a number of lampposts across West Ealing. It’s simple.