Improvement at zebra crossing - Hornsey Rark Rd/Mayes Rd

We received the following note from John McQueen, Project Engineer for the London Borough of Haringey

"As instructed by my manager I’ve made the following amendments to the design as suggested in your constructive correspondence.

The changes are as following:

Realigned zebra crossing
2 extra trees
Imprint surface as seen on Ravenstone Road
Removal of unnecessary bollards
Build-out at the junction with Mayes Road “dog leg”
Central island upgrade
Build-out on the south side of Hornsey Park Road shortened by 5m to line up with north build out.
Area decluttered

preliminary design

To view the proposed changes full scale please download the PDF below

Please note that it is not possible to include the requested build-outs on the Mayes Road side of the junction treatment. Our tracking exercises have concluded that these would be obstructive for larger vehicles travelling northbound and dangerous for cyclists travelling southbound.

If you agree with the design amendments a works notice can be delivered to affected residents prior to works being undertaken starting in a couple of weeks.

Please download the PDF Preliminary Design

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