Hackney Downs – Low Traffic Neighbourhood

Traffic filters (planters or bollards on the road, which prevent motor vehicles from passing through), at the following locations:

  • The junction of Brooke Road and Evering Road
  • Reighton Road, northeast of the junction with Brooke Road
  • Narford Road, northeast of the junction with Brooke Road
  • Maury Road, south of the junction with Evering Road
  • Benthal Road, south of the junction with Evering Road
  • Closure of Downs Road, except for buses, west of the junction with Rendlesham Road.
  • The junction of Powell Road and Kenninghall Road

This will encourage walking and cycling, promote social distancing and reduce non-local through-traffic on these streets.

If you are a resident or business in the area and you have a motor vehicle, you will still be able to drive to your home or business, but this may be via a different route.

Cyclists, emergency vehicles and refuse vehicles will be able to pass through the traffic filters.

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