Ashley Hill Pedestrian Improvement and Traffic Calming Measures

Closed 5 Dec 2013

Opened 7 Nov 2013

Results expected 13 Jan 2014

Feedback expected 1 Feb 2014

Overview

Funding has been made available by the ‘Active Neighbourhood Transport Grant’ for the Ashley Hill Pedestrian Improvement and Traffic Calming measures

The aim of the scheme is to help reduce the speed of traffic by reducing the carriageway width between Hurlingham Road and Chesterfield Road and to improve the pedestrian and cycling experience by removing the narrow pedestrian Island and introducing a traffic signal crossing in the vicinity of the existing crossing point.

Why we are consulting

This stage of the consultation is aimed at providing those local residents and businesses in the direct vicinity of the proposals with an opportunity to consider and comment on the proposals before further detailed design work and the necessary legal process is undertaken.

It would be helpful if you could indicate whether or not you support the proposals. Please let us know what you think.

 

 

What happens next

The results of the consultation will be used to develop a final detailed design.

Areas

  • Ashley

Audiences

  • All residents
  • Business
  • Community & Voluntary organisations

Interests

  • Traffic and transportation