In this video from Exposure Box, Nic Ferriday of Ealing Friends of the Earth explains why our streets are changing.
On 14-15th August 2020, Ealing council installed the latest low-traffic neighbourhood in Junction Road, South Ealing. The scheme consists of four diagonal connectors (modal filters) along Junction Road. The current scheme removes through motor-traffic from the Ealing part of this … Continued
Motorists will no longer be able to rat-run from Pope’s Lane through Olive Road, Durham Road and Sunderland Road in South Ealing. The council has installed a connector (modal filter) at the southern end of Olive Road and made the … Continued
On 22 July, workers installed the first of Ealing’s ten experimental low-traffic neighbourhoods in Adrienne Avenue, Southall. The single connector (modal filter) removes a busy rat run between Lady Margaret Road and Ruislip Road. The scheme makes the area safer … Continued
In response to emails from residents, Ealing council has issued a statement about the low-traffic neighbourhood around Loveday Road. The draft plan, that was circulated last month, will not be implemented. Many residents were concerned that the through route, via … Continued
Just south of Ealing, in Hounslow, Occupation Lane is now no entry to motor vehicles. The road is still open to people walking and cycling. Hounslow Council has installed planters at both ends. This is part of the Covid-19 Emergency … Continued