- Streets, roads and transport
Please note this consultation is closed
We’re asking people who live, work and travel in the trial low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) to share their views by doing a survey. This is because we’re considering making the changes permanent after monitoring the LTN and finding that it has been reducing traffic in the area.
Our monitoring has found that:
- Overall, traffic reduced by 2%, or 2,000 vehicles a day, when measuring traffic volumes on all the roads within the LTN and on the boundary roads.
- Traffic reduced by 31% on internal streets. On external streets (boundary roads) it increased by 6%.
- Traffic has reduced by 73% on Elm Park and by 89% on Cotherstone Road, which has two schools. It increased by 27% on Brixton Water Lane.
- Cycling has increased by 107% on internal roads and by 67% on external roads.
- All the places where we analysed air quality that were classed as sensitive, such as outside schools and care homes, had air quality within legal limits. This includes sensitive sites on boundary roads.
- Overall air quality in Lambeth is improving, partly due to measures such as the Ultra-Low Emission Zone. We expect to see greater improvements over time.
How to respond
Click below to go the survey. The survey has more information about our proposals for the LTN and the impact on traffic in the local area so far.