Fifth Lambeth LTN set to become permanent

Deniz Huseyin
23 August 2022
Overall traffic reduced by 6% – or around 6,000 vehicles a day – on internal and boundary roads of the Ferndale LTN, said Lambeth Council
Overall traffic reduced by 6% – or around 6,000 vehicles a day – on internal and boundary roads of the Ferndale LTN, said Lambeth Council
 

Lambeth Council is set to make permanent another low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) which was introduced in July 2020 as part of its emergency transport response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

This will be the fifth LTN in the London borough to be made permanent – the others are: Railton; Oval to Stockwell; Streatham Hill; and Tulse Hill.

A public consultation about the Ferndale LTN, held earlier this year, showed the majority of respondents felt positively about the scheme, according to the...

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