Tulse Hill Low Traffic Neighbourhood

As part of Lambeth’s Covid-19 response, a low traffic neighbourhood was created in September in the Tulse Hill neighbourhood. Traffic barriers were installed that act as ‘modal filters’ (allowing cyclists and pedestrians to filter through but preventing motor vehicles). The project aims to reduce the number of vehicles cutting through the neighbourhood to make safer residential streets for walking and cycling. Since the implementation, we have been monitoring the scheme and are making ongoing improvements.

In Sepetember 2020 we introduced filters:

  • Leander Road, immediately south of junction with Helix Road
  • Elm Park, immediately north of junction with Craignair Road
  • Upper Tulse Hill, immediately north of junction with Claverdale Road
  • Cotherstone Road, immediately south of junction with Holmewood Gardens
  • Roupell Road, o/s no. 41

In January 2021, as part of improvements:

  • Arodene Road to immediately north of the junction with Helix Gardens.
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