Proposed Crouch End Street Closures - what impact on Hornsey Park?

A Haringey Council consultation for those living/working in the Crouch End is in progress and one of the options being consulted on is the closure to through traffic (except for buses, emergency vehicles and cyclists) of one or more major roads, such as The Broadway.

A traffic survey for the Crouch End project suggests such a change might mean 2000 more vehicles a day in both directions for Wightman Road. Hornsey Park residents can make their views known via the questionnaire.

To complete the questionnaire, go to:

https://www.haringey.gov.uk/parking-roads-and-travel/roads-and-stre...

After the initial section, you can opt to only complete the one on traffic.  Don’t delay if you are concerned as the deadline is 2nd February! 

Many thanks to HarringayOnline for highlighting this. 

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