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