Ferndale Low Traffic Neighbourhood

In the Ferndale neighbourhood we will be introducing “modal filters” in 3 locations (Pulross Road, Concanon Road and Sandmere Road East) and sections of Tintern Street, Sandmere Road West and Trinity Gardens will be made one way with banned turns.

The temporary modal filters,one-ways and banned turns in the Ferndale LTN area will open up the streets to people walking and cycling. Essential vehicle movements such as emergency services and refuse collection will still be able to use the street as they do now. These measures will make these streets accessible from either end, but vehicles will not be able to drive through, end to end.

All temporary traffic restrictions will be delivered by introducing a combination of community planters, traffic signs and ANPR cameras. These restrictions will be clearly marked with advance warning signs located on surrounding roads as well as with clear traffic signs at the point where the traffic restriction will be enforced.

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