West Ealing North Low Traffic Neighbourhood

West Ealing North (W13) area is a low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) that was introduced in September 2020, on an experimental basis, made possible with funding from Transport for London (TfL). There was significant concern that large numbers of people would drive in order to avoid contact with others on public transport due to social distancing measures. This could potentially lead to a large increase in rat-run traffic through this area.

There was a temporary installation of wooden planters, camera enforcement and accompanying signage at the following locations:

  • Endsleigh Road – full closure at Felix Road junction
  • Green Man Lane – full closure between Singapore Road and Witham Road

Additionally, a one way-system travelling westbound has been introduced from Connaught Road with the junction of Alexandria Road.

A School Street was also introduced on an experimental basis working with St John’s Primary School on Green Man Lane. The north of Green Man Lane and Singapore Road junction is closed with a temporary restriction on motorised traffic at school drop-off and pick-up times (Monday-Friday, 8.30-9.30am and 3-4pm). Resident permit vehicles are exempt from the restrictions and remain unaffected. The barrier is moveable and managed by the school.

The emergency services and refuse vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists remain unaffected and continue to have access through the road closures. All other vehicles may have to find alternative routes. Residents continue to have access by car to their properties, but this may be via alternative directions.

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