Lewisham and Lee Green Low Traffic Neighbourhood

The Lewisham and Lee Green Low Traffc Neighbourhood (LTN) was first introduced in July 2020. At the time, in response to the pandemic, the Government was encouraging councils to urgently put measures like LTNs in place.

The Lewisham and Lee Green area was selected as a location for an LTN in part due to ongoing and consistent concerns raised with the Council by residents over a number of years about traffic congestion, traffic speeds, road safety and number of collisions, as well as walking and cycling improvements.

Emergency services, local buses and cycles can access the LTN.

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