Here we summarise some of the up to date conclusions from existing Low traffic neighbourhoods, and why we think they’re needed throughout Lewisham, including Lee Green.
What is a Low Traffic Neighbourhood ? A low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) is a very simple idea: it’s protecting a group of residential streets from through motor traffic (rat runs). LTNs are usually bordered by main roads or natural lines (river, trainlines, etc…). This is achieved with a combination of modal filters (planters, bollards, alternatedContinue reading “FAQs & Mythbusters”
In order to help people navigate into and out of the new Lee Green Low traffic neighbourhood, we thought a colour coded map would help. Each set of roads are coloured in a particular colour to show how they are accessible by car, from either A21 Lewisham High Street, Burnt Ash Road, A205 South CircularContinue reading “Lee Green Modal Filter Map”